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Full Title of Reference

Introduction to Country Reports

Full Citation

ENISA, Introduction to Country Reports (2010). Report funded and prepared by ENISA.




Issues: States


International Cooperation

Government Organization

Key Words

E.U. Cybersecurity

Outreach and Collaboration


This report was conducted to get a comprehensive overview on the status of Network and Information Security in Europe, including mapping of stakeholders and trends.

The report was prepared for and funded by ENISA and represents the results of a research project that took place between July and December 2008.

The aim of the project was to produce a series of country reports that provide an overview of the “state of the art” of NIS in each country regarding stakeholders, activities, events and current trends. We foccussed on security breaches in this first edition.

One of the most important aims of the report was a categorization and mapping of stakeholders and their mutual relations. The results of this are shown in the Key Stakeholders Overview section of each Country chapter.

Additional Notes and Highlights