The EU Agency for network and information security (ENISA) organises an event on artificial intelligence and the EU cyber-crisis management blueprint.
The EU cyber-crisis management blueprint is a comprehensive collaboration mechanism that integrates the cyber element into the EU crisis management processes. The ‘blueprint’ extends from the political to the technical level and includes EU bodies and institutions and the EU Member States.
The objective of this event is to bring together the blueprint stakeholders with artificial intelligence experts from the private sector and academia and trigger a dialogue on the uses and applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the context of cyber-crisis cooperation.
Assistance in decision-making, intelligent information aggregation and autonomous cyber response might leverage the use of artificial intelligence for faster response. The event will also provide an opportunity for community building around ENISA’s Open Cyber Situation Awareness Machine (OpenCSAM), a solution being developed in the blueprint context.