Resilience of public eCommunications – good practice

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2008/06/10 · 5 comments 2.935 views

    As part of ENISA Work Programme 2008, CyTRAP Labs has secured a contract from ENISA.

    The work involves stock taking of the NIS (network and information security) regulatory framework related to the resilience of the public e-communications in the EU Member States.

    Below we tell you more about this exciting job AND the CyTRAP Lab team delivering the output for this project.

Recently the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) sent us documentation regarding their call for tender: “for Stock Taking of the NIS Regulatory Framework related to the resilience of Public eCommunications in the Member States.”
We submitted a bid and were informed on May 15 that we had won. The kick-off meeting was held in Brussels on May 26.

What will we do for ENISA?

The work CyTRAP Labs will perform for ENISA is part of the Enisa Work Programme 2008 – 2.1 MB pdf file.

The study CyTRAP Labs will be conducting during Summer and Fall 08 is part of the
– MTP 1: Improving resilience in European e-Communication networks

Our services will focus on taking stock regarding regulatory work and challenges experienced by Member States and listed as WP1.1 (Work Package).

You can find more information about WP 1.1 by downloading this 2 pages out of the ENISA Work Programme 2008.

Stock Taking of the NIS Regulatory Framework related to the resilience of Public eCommunications in the Member States

Who is a member of our ENISA project team?

For this project we have a three member team that brings several decades of experience and in depth knowledge about the subject to this assignment. Members of the team are:

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