ENISA Report on Approaches to Information Sharing on Cyber Incidents


enisaENISA has published a report on the regulatory and non-regulatory approaches of EU Member States, as well as EEA and EFTA countries, in sharing information on cyber incidents, the challenges of managing cybersecurity issues, and the key practices that exist to address them. The study identifies three different types of approaches to sharing information on cybersecurity incidents: traditional regulation, alternative forms of regulation (such as self-regulation and co-regulation), and other approaches (such as information and education schemes). In light of the practices discussed in the report, several recommendations are made to be considered as follow-up steps.

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