CISE as a Tool for Sharing Sensitive Cyber Information in Maritime Domain
Rajamäki, Jyri; Tikanmäki, Ilkka; Räsänen, Jari (2019)
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Rajamäki J., Tikanmäki I., Räsänen J., (2019). CISE as a Tool for Sharing Sensitive Cyber Information in Maritime Domain. , Procon.
The ECHO project aims at organizing and coordinating an approach to strengthen proactive cyber security in the European Union through effective and efficient multi-sector collaboration. One important tool for this aim is the ECHO Early Warning System (E-EWS). The development of the E-EWS will be rooted in a com-prehensive review of information sharing and trust models from within the cyber domain, as well as models from other domains. In 2009, the Commission adopted a Communication Towards the integration of maritime surveillance in the EU: “A common information sharing environment for the EU maritime do-main (CISE),” setting out guiding principles towards its establishment. The aim of the COM(2010)584 final was to generate a situational awareness of activities at sea and impact overall maritime safety and security. As a outcome of COM(2010)584 final, the EUCISE2020 project has developed a test-bed for mar-itime information sharing. This case study analyses information sharing models in the maritime domain, the EUCISE2020 test bed and the CISE itself as an alter-native for cyber information sharing system. The maritime sector represents a suitable research case because it is already digitized in many aspects.