CYBER RAPID RESPONSE TEAMS AND MUTUAL ASSISTANCE IN CYBER SECURITY
Cyber Rapid Response Teams (CRRTs) will allow the Member States to help each other to ensure a higher level of cyber resilience and collectively respond to cyber incidents. CRRTs could be used to assist other Member States, EU Institutions, CSDP operations as well as partners. CRRTs will be equipped with a commonly developed deployable cyber toolkits designed to detect, recognise and mitigate cyber threats. Teams would be able to assist with training, vulnerability assessments and other requested support. Cyber Rapid Response Teams would operate by pooling participating Member States experts.
During the first year of the project, all participating Member States signed the Declaration of Intent, Political and Legal Memos detailing decision making process have been issued and the first common exercise has been organised. The project has already reached operational capability with the Netherlands being the 1st rotating Member State for 2019 by offering national cyber rapid response team.
In 2019, it is foreseen to finish the draft of Memorandum of Understanding, conduct two cyber exercise (procedural and operational), finalise standing operating procedures and develop cyber toolkit concept.
- Deployable Military Disaster Relief Capability Package
- Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle / Amphibious Assault Vehicle / Light Armoured Vehicle
- Indirect Fire Support Capability (EuroArtillery)
- EUFOR Crisis Response Operation Core (EUFOR CROC)
- Integrated Unmanned Ground System (UGS)
- EU Beyond Line Of Sight (BLOS) Land Battlefield Missile Systems
- European Medical Command
- Network of Logistic Hubs in Europe and Support to Operations
- Military Mobility
- Energy Operational Function (EOF)
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Surveillance as a Service (CBRN SaaS)
- Geo-meteorological and Oceanographic (GeoMETOC) Support Coordination Element (GMSCE)
- European Secure Software defined Radio (ESSOR)
- Cyber Threats and Incident Response Information Sharing Platform
- Cyber Rapid Response Teams and Mutual Assistance in Cyber Security
- Strategic Command and Control (C2) System for CSDP Missions and Operations
- European High Atmosphere Airship Platform (EHAAP) – Persistent Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Capability
- One Deployable Special Operations Forces (SOF) Tactical Command and Control (C2) Command Post (CP) for Small Joint Operations (SJO) – (SOCC) for SJO
- Electronic Warfare Capability and Interoperability Programme for Future Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JISR) Cooperation