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September 2, 2022

The need for joint cybersecurity operations across EU Members States and the JCOP
Author: SANL
Since digital technologies become more pervasive in everyday lives and economies, cybersecurity incidents are getting frequent and diversified. Data breaches exposed 4.1 billion records in the first half of 2019, while the recently-released ENISA Threat Landscape for 2020 reports an increase in sophisticated and targeted ransomware exploits in the public sector, health care organisations and other industries, as well as the increased prevalence of hybrid threats, combing both the cyber and physical domains.
In this regard, ENISA's policy conclusions and recommendations highlight the importance of using Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) as the main tool for cybersecurity preparedness and driving strategic and political decisions that will effectively tackle threats that threaten the well-being of the European Union. It is also emphasized that cooperation and coordination of EU-wide CTI activities are essential for informing and driving emergency decisions needed in crisis management...

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