In efforts to continue protecting the utilities sector, the European Energy-Information Sharing & Analysis Centre (EE-ISAC) and European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen cooperation in threat intelligence across Europe.
This new agreement encompasses participation in regular meetings to exchange information about ongoing or upcoming activities and projects to facilitate the identification of opportunities for common projects regarding incident analysis, threat modelling, technical standard analysis, regulation and compliance analysis, technical equipment analysis.
”We are happy to reconnect with EE-ISAC after our early engagement as a founding member”, said Anjos Nijk, Managing Director of ENCS. “In the current flow of threat level development, we require the involvement of all stakeholder parties in various settings to keep pace with the malicious actors”.
“Cooperating with ENCS through this new partnership is an exciting opportunity to activate new initiatives within EE-ISAC’s thematic taskforces, synergising with ENCS’ leading capabilities”, said Massimo Rocca, EE-ISAC Board Member “This gives the EE-ISAC a more mature and structured approach to threat analysis which will benefit the entire network of trust.”
European Energy Information Sharing & Analysis Centre is an industry-driven, information sharing network of trust. Private utilities, solution providers and (semi)public institutions such as academia, governmental and non-profit organizations share valuable information on cyber security and cyber resilience in the European Energy industry. For more information, please visit www.ee-isac.eu. For media inquiries, please contact email@example.com.