ENISA has in the first study ever in this field investigated the feasibility of a European Data Collection Framework on security incidents. The study will help policymakers to define more cost-effective security policies, and the Agency is now presenting its results. As an outcome, ENISA proposes to establish a new “Partnership for ICT Security Incident and Consumer Confidence Information Exchange (PISCE)”.
PISCE will allow public and private policy makers, EU and national organisations with an ‘NIS spectrometer’ to take more informed decisions based on more reliable data and knowledge of security incidents. The Partnership consequently will contribute to the improved the resilience of eCommunication systems in Europe"
"Single European Information Space" and The Council’s "Strategy for a Secure Information Society in Europe". ENISA’s feasibility study is a response to an EU Commission request.
For further information, please refer to the ENISA feasibility study: