The first ever, pan-European cyber security exercise “Cyber Europe 2010” ended successfully yesterday. More than 150 experts from 70 public bodies around Europe participated in the exercise. They were exposed to more than 320 incidents, or ‘injects’. The exercise was a first key step for strengthening Europe’s cyber defense. The key challenge now is for the Member States to implement the identified ‘lessons-learnt’ during the exercise. The Agency also advocates that all Member States in Europe should consider conducting national exercises as to improve its Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP).
Leggi il comunicato di ENISA e l'annuncio (in italiano) della simulazione di attacco e del conseguente esercizio di difesa da parte di esperti di tutti gli Stati membri dell'UE più Islanda, Norvegia e Svizzera.