Information Sharing for Cyber-Security: Evidence from Europe
RAND Congressional Briefing Series
Neil Robinson presents evidence derived from a number of empirical studies conducted in Europe regarding cyber-security and information exchange, specifically between organizations such as Information Sharing and Analysis Centres, Information Exchanges, Computer Emergency Response Teams, and cyber-crime police.
This briefing focuses on
- how operational practice diverges from theories of information exchange;
- legal factors and information exchange between different communities such as law enforcement and computer emergency response teams;
- what mechanisms are being considered in Europe to remove the barriers to information exchange;
- policy considerations.
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