|CYSPA is supported through a structured organisation. The organisation includes:
The CYSPA operations are reviewed on a yearly basis and aligned to the annual CYSPA strategic plan.
- An advisory board, whose consultative role is to support the alliance
- A steering board whose role is to manage the alliance
- Working groups
- Task Forces
CYSPA’s vision and mission:
“An alliance of EU stakeholders working together to articulate, embody and deliver the concrete actions needed to reduce cyber disruption ”
The CYSPA alliance is open to an array of stakeholders:
- Beginning with the initial CYSPA partners, we will evolve into a community of EU stakeholders working to increase the ability of industry to protect itself from cyber disruptions.
- While the CYSPA community is grounded in the EU, its aim is to extend its outreach at international level.
- We will differentiate ourselves by delivering concrete support to our community – evaluating the impact of cyber-threats and identifying solutions.
- In the longer term, we aim to deploy our recommended solutions and processes within our own organisations to create a shared basis for best practices based on lessons learnt.
- Users: Organisations from across industry who are users of cyber security solutions and services – with an initial focus on five target sectors; Energy, finance, telecoms, transport and e-government.
- Providers: Organisations who provide cyber security services and solutions, or provide business solutions that enable cyber security, or provide research into cyber security.
- Public authorities: International and national public authorities that aim to improve cyber security across industry.
Check out the benefits each kind of stakeholder gets in being part of CYSPA.