April 4, 2016
EU countries lack a harmonised framework to respond to the challenges of a large-scale cyber incident, according to a report by security agency Enisa
European Union cyber security agency Enisa is urging decision-makers in the region to take action to avoid a major cyber crisis.
The call comes as Enisa publishes a report recommending more efficient cyber crisis co-operation and management based on an analysis of current crisis management frameworks.
“Today, should a crisis arise from a large-scale cyber incident, EU member states would need a harmonised framework to effectively respond to the challenges posed by such an incident,” the report said.