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Feb 1, 2013

Largest cyber security exercise “Cyber Europe 2012’’ report published in 23 languages


Press Release
Jan 31, 2013
http://enisa.europa.eu
ENISA has published the new report of the largest ever pan-Europe cyber security exercise, Cyber Europe 2012, which is available in 23 languages. Almost 600 individual players participated, including actors from the private sector (financial, telecom and Internet), for the first time. The conclusion: for fast and effective response to cyber incidents, knowledge of procedures and information flows is crucial.
Largest cyber security exercise “Cyber Europe 2012’’ report published in 23 languages
   
The scope, scale and complexity of “Cyber Europe 2012” in figures:
  • Twenty-nine EU (European Union) and EFTA (European Free Trade Association) Member States were involved in the exercise; twenty-five as active players and four as observers. In addition, several EU-Institutions also participated.
  • Overall, 339 organisations took part, totalling 571 individual players being exposed to thousands of incidents (‘injects’). They included: cyber-security agencies and organisations, relevant ministries, e-government services, financial institutions (60), Internet Service Providers (ISPs) (60), and telecommunication operators.
  • The majority (88%) of the exercise players rated it positively.
  • Cyber Europe 2012 attracted considerable global media attention; more than 600 articles were published in 19 languages

Read more . .
https://www.enisa.europa.eu/media/press-releases/largest-cyber-security-exercise-cyber-europe-report-published-in-23-languages-by-eu-agency-enisa

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