European cooperation and sharing of cyberthreat information has been further strengthened through public-private partnerships. In fact, the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) launched a new SOC (Security Operations Centre)/CTI (Cyber Threat Intelligence) initiative and held an initial kick-off meeting on 13 March.
The aim of the new ECSO initiative is to build a pioneering alliance of European stakeholders to strengthen the network of SOCs and to share cyber threat intelligence at the EU level.
The event was attended by key private sector stakeholders such as Accenture, Atos, Bfore.Ai, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), CY4GATE, Cyber Services Plc, Haier Europe, Indra, Orange, QuoIntelligence, RHEA Group, Guvernul României, Schneider Electric, Siemens Energy, Thales and WithSecure, alongside public sector stakeholders such as the EEAS (European External Action Service) and the European Commission.
It also highlighted potential areas of interest and cooperation between these two areas, and what European public bodies can do in terms of SOCs and CTIs.
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