ENISA updates its Good Practice Guide

The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (‘ENISA’) published an updated version of its National Cyber Security Strategy Good Practice Guide (‘the Guide’) on 14 November 2016, which includes a proposed National Cyber Security Strategy (‘NCSS’) lifecycle.

“The aim of this second version is to support EU Member States in their efforts to develop and update their NCSS and analyses the status of NCSSs in the EU,” explains Sofie van der Meulen, Attorney at Law at Axon Lawyers. The Guide presents six steps for the design and development of an NCSS and 15 objectives for implementation. Click here to read the full article in ‘Cyber Security Practitioner’, Volume 2, Issue 12 (December 2016).


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