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European Network and Information Security Agency, Good Practice Guide Network Security Information Exchanges (not available online).

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The aim of this Guide, for those countries who do not operate a Network Security Information Exchanges (NSIE), is to assist network communication stakeholders and public bodies in national governments to set up and run an NSIE as a public/private sector partnership. For those countries, which already operate an NSIE, the aim is to provide an insight into other countries’ good practice, to support continuous improvement and common approaches/practices.

A longer-term aim for this Guide is to support the development of common approaches and policies for information exchange and facilitate working relationships and understanding between each country's NSIEs. Hopefully the guide will also pave the way for an accelerated deployment of national NSIE and consequently of the establishment of a pan-European information sharing platform.

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