NCCC, with the support of USAID, held a round table on the development of the National Cyber Incident Response Plan
On October 17, 2022, the National Cyber Security Coordination Center under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, with the support of the USAID Project "Cyber Security of Critically Important Infrastructure of Ukraine", held a round table on the topic "Preparedness and resilience to cyber attacks at the national level: what should the National Response Plan be?".
The event was attended by representatives of all major cyber security entities, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
The participants of the round table discussed the structure and format of the future National Cyber Incident Response Plan, as well as successful cases of implementation of such a document in the leading countries of the world. Based on the results of the discussion, suggestions were made regarding the filling and implementation of the Plan, taking into account the experience of responding to cyberattacks during the war.
"The implementation of the National Cyber Incident Response Plan is provided for by the Cyber Security Strategy of Ukraine and its Implementation Plan. The importance and relevance of this document is understood by every subject of cyber security. In the future, representatives of critical infrastructure facilities and the private sector will be involved in its development, said Serhiy Prokopenko, the head of the department for ensuring the activities of the NCCC of the specialized service of the NSDC Apparatus of Ukraine. "With joint efforts, we will be able to effectively respond to cyber incidents, and also ensure the stability of the national cyber security system."
During the event, S. Prokopenko also thanked the USAID Project "Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure of Ukraine" for supporting projects that strengthen our state's ability to resist attacks on critical infrastructure facilities.