EuroCybex was a European project that had at its core a cyber-crisis exercise involving a number of European Member States. The aim was to test and improve the communication procedures between Member States. The project started in January 2011 and concluded by mid-2012. EuroCybex was conducted by a consortium, led by CEIS, a Research and Consultancy firm specialised in intelligence, defence and security issues, working with EU Institutions, national governments, agencies and the private sector.
The EuroCybex project received co-funding from DG HOME of the European Commission in the framework of the programme CIPS. This funding programme contributes to the protection of citizens and critical infrastructure against terrorist attacks and other security-related incidents.
Partners in the consortium were:
- Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information (ANSSI – France – www.ssi.gouv.fr)
- Centro Nacional para la Protección de las Infraestructuras Críticas (CNPIC – Spain – www.cnpic.es)
- Theodore Puskas Foundation (CERT – Hungary – www.cert-hungary.hu)
- Ministère de l’Economie, de l’Industrie et de l’emploi (MINEFI – France – www.economie.gouv.fr)
- Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España (ISDEFE – Spain – www.isdefe.es)
- CEIS - Compagnie Européenne d'Intelligence Stratégique - France
At the EuroCybex exercise conducted in September 2011, four member states participated as players (France, Germany, Austria and Hungary), 20 others followed the exercise as observers and attended the debriefing.
In this publicly available version of the report, some sentences or paragraphs have intentionally been masked or removed for confidentiality reasons. A full version of this report has been realized and printed for public Authorities involved. The aim is to avoid any leak about security measures and procedures.
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