Today, we participated in a Cyber Atlantic 2011 tabletop exercise, an innovative corner U.S.–European Union (EU) cybersecurity bid to enhance general partnership efforts geared toward incident government and response. The outcomes of today’s activities will strengthen a Nation’s ability to respond to a cyberincident by mutual support systems and assistance officials to improved know a common cyber handling picture.
The Cyber Atlantic practice is partial of a ongoing EU-U.S. partnership to strengthen mutual capabilities for addressing rising threats to tellurian networks. Through a EU-U.S. Working Group on Cybersecurity – including member from DHS’ National Cyber Security Division (NCSD), a Department of Justice, EU member states and a European Commission – stakeholders concentration on cyberincident management, enhancing public-private partnerships, and lifting recognition about cyber threats, and combating cybercrime.
In further to operative with a European Union to improved know and lessen cyber threats, DHS is enhancing partnership in a cyber locus with other general partners by shared and multilateral engagement. In suitability with several agreements, a United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) supports general partners and a broader cybersecurity communities in both a United States and abroad on a operation of technical and operational cyber issues.