Belgium-Brussels: Establishment of a Core Service Platform Cooperation Mechanism for Cybersecurity Cooperation – SMART-2018/1023
Section I: Contracting authority
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Section II: Object
Establishment of a Core Service Platform Cooperation Mechanism for Cybersecurity Cooperation – SMART-2018/1023
The NIS Directive established a Cooperation Group consisting of Member States, the Commission and ENISA in order to support and facilitate strategic cooperation and the exchange of information so as to contribute to enhanced cybersecurity in the Union. Key aspects of the Blueprint recommendation for a coordinated response to a large scale cyber incident are being developed via this Group. Arising from the first progress report under the directive, there has emerged the needs for more flexible tools and soft supports for members of the Group.
The commission proposes to procure a facilities manager to enhance the level of cross border cooperation between the Member States. The manager, informed by Cooperation Group deliberations, will also provide supporting mechanisms (including IT tools, workshops, peer visits, etc) to improve information flows with notifications and annual reporting and to support the operational layer of the Blueprint recommendation for a coordinated response.
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Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
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Section VI: Complementary information
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