NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence has published the “National Cyber Security Framework Manual” which aims to support NATO Member States and Partner Nations as a guide on how to develop or improve their national policies and laws of national cyber security.
La Casa Bianca punta a un Presidential Executive Order on Cybersecurity, che detti un primo framework di regole per ridurre i rischi per le infrastrutture critiche americane derivanti dal cyber-spazio.
Field Manual (FM) 3-36 provides US Army doctrine for electronic warfare (EW) planning, preparation, execution, and assessment in support of unified land operations.
As world leaders are now beginning to openly acknowledge, robust cyber security for the purposes of national protection cannot remain strictly defensive. But are governments at risk of breaking international law with the use of “cyber weapons”? Defence IQ asked Stefano Mele, a lawyer with the Carnelutti Studio Legale Associato in Milan, and renowned expert on the legal issues pertaining to information technology, communications, cyber terrorism and cyber security.
This report presents the results of the ENISA 2012 research and analysis by ENISA in 2012 of national and international cyber exercises carried out.
ENISA examined 85 exercises covering the period between 2002 and 2012. In total, 84 countries worldwide participated in the multinational exercises analysed in this report. A total of 22 European countries conducted national cyber-exercises.
This report aims to support European and international bodies involved in cyber exercises with lessons learned about cyber exercises and recommendations for the future.