LSP5: National vs Pan-European cooperative cyber threat information sharing
PHOENIX LSP 5 will have significant business impact and political importance validating PHOENIX at DSO, TSO and national-wise CERT level. Moreover, it will validate national and cross-border information and incidents exchange and governance hierarchies sharing models as foreseen by NIS Directive. At national level the aim is to deploy and demonstrate advanced CERT functionalities, which combine IT/network traffic analysis with electricity patterns for operating a national scale energy-centred PHOENIX framework instance/hub. At pan-European level, various governance models will be validated, and response times of I2SP will be tested sharing data from 5 countries.
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