L’Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information (ANSSI) a été créée par le décret n° 2009-834 du 7 juillet 2009 (Journal officiel du 8 juillet 2009), sous la forme d’un service à compétence nationale. Elle est rattachée au Secrétaire général de la défense et de la sécurité nationale (SGDSN), autorité chargé d’assister le Premier ministre dans l’exercice de ses responsabilités en matière de défense et de sécurité nationale.
Promoted by Spanish law enforcement and backed by the European Commission, the CNEC is run by the Forensic and Security Sciences Institute of the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). It was inaugurated in April 2013.
Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC) is a non-profit, limited liability corporation formed by members within the Information Technology sector as a unique and specialized forum for managing risks to their corporations and the IT infrastructure.
The Information Warfare Monitor is an advanced research activity tracking the emergence of cyberspace as a strategic domain. We are an independent research effort. Our mission is to build and broaden the evidence base available to scholars, policy makers, and others. We aim to educate and inform.
The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) is a collaborative state and local government-focused cyber security entity that is significantly enhancing cyber threat prevention, protection, and response and recovery throughout the states of our nation.
N.B. The papers are available in the NATO CCD COE Portal (portal.ccdcoe.org) which is open to the members of NATO and NATO-related entities, officials and academia of the NATO countries. To acquire an account, please write to "portal -at- ccdcoe.org"
The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence is proud to announce that a selection of reports resulting from our National Cyber Security Organisation project is already available on our website. The aim of the project is to offer a comprehensive overview of existing national cyber security organisation models.
The study offers a series of country profiles, outlining national cyber security management structures. Each report in the series takes a detailed look at how the cyber domain is approached in a specific nation. The reports outline the division of cyber security tasks and responsibilities between different agencies; describe their mandate, tasks and competence, as well as coordination among them. While offering a concise overview of strategic national approach to cyber security, the reports also include a summary of the national information society and e-government initiatives.
Currently, the existing country profiles include Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovakia and the United Kingdom. The selection of countries covered will be expanded through 2015. The studies can be accessed at http://ccdcoe.org/national-cyber-security-organisation.
Cybermalveillance.gouv.fr est un programme gouvernemental assumant un rôle de sensibilisation, de prévention et de soutien en matière de sécurité du numérique auprès des entreprises, collectivités territoriales ou particuliers.
The interactive Cyber Norms Index tool is based on documents released by governments since 2007. It compares existing international expressions of standards of appropriate behavior in cyberspace. This search tool enables the user to compare specific language in multilateral outcome documents either by category or keyword.
"the International Security Programme at Chatham House is undertaking a range of work which seeks to analyse key challenges in the cyber domain, identify policy responses and establish a cyber security knowledge base to inform policy-makers, government, industry and wider society."
Fifth Domain is a one-stop destination focusing on the business, technology and evolving threats that define cybersecurity across civilian and defense agencies. It brings together unparalleled cyber coverage from Defense News, Federal Times and C4ISRNET with original Fifth Domain reporting and aggregation. Fifth Domain will serve as a collaborative cyber channel for all three brands, as well as a standalone site for all things cyber
ENISA INFO: ENISA has listed all the documents of National Cyber Security Strategies in the EU but also in the world (the webpage is constantly updated). Some of these documents are still under consultation so no official translations in English were produced.
The periodical Cyberspace, Intelligence, and Security first issue is a direct continuation of Military and Strategic Affairs. The new journal is aimed at writers and readers interested or working in the many fields of cyberspace, including academia, policymaking and government, the army, intelligence agencies, economics, law, and, of course, those who are developing and providing solutions to cyberspace problems, as well as the parties in industry who represent the customers of those solutions. The new journal deals with a range of topics, including global policy and strategy in cyberspace, regulation of cyberspace, safeguarding national resilience in cyberspace, and defense of critical national infrastructures. The journal also devotes space to topics related to cyber-force construction, such as the human resources, means of warfare, doctrine, organization, training, and command, as well as aspects of defensive and offensive cyberwar.
As part of the Cyber Vault Project (by the NSA), the Cyber Library contains all primary-source materials gathered by the Project across the full range of cyber security issues. New materials are being added on a regular basis.
INFO: this webpage leads to a discussion between 5 specialists who try to answer to the following questions: When is a cyberattack an act of war? And what are the rules of engagement in this new frontier?