Centre for Cybersecurity (CFCS) has a number of roles in the European Union (EU).
CFCS is the single point of contact in relation to the European NIS-Directive collaboration, and represents Denmark in the NIS Cooperation Group. The NIS Cooperation Group supports and facilitates the strategic cooperation and the exchange of information among EU Member States with the objective of achieving a high common level of security for network and information systems in the European Union.
CFCS is also engaged with the European Union through the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA). CFCS is a member state representative in ENISA's Management Board, which ensures that ENISA carries out its tasks in accordance with the Cybersecurity Act. Additionally, CFCS is part of ENISA's national liaison officer netowrk. The network shares national cybersecurity updates, allows ENISA to reach national experts, and give feedback on relevant ENISA publications.
CFCS is also part of the newly established Cyber Crisis Liaison Organisation Network (CyCLONe) which is composed of cybersecurity organisations from all the member states in the Union. CyCLONe seeks to share situational overviews and information regarding the impact of a cyber incident in the case of a large-scale cross-border cyber incident or crisis.
Centre for Cybersecurity
Primary contact for ENISA and EU collaboration