The European Union considers its recent cyber attack simulation a success. V3.co.uk quotes Udo Helmbrecht, executive director at the European Network and Information Security Agency (Enisa), as saying:
The Cyber Europe 2010 exercise fully met its objectives to test Europe's readiness to face online threats to essential critical infrastructure used by citizens, governments and businesses.
One thing the simulation did show was a lack of Pan-European standards for use in testing. This could present problems with how actual incidents are handled. Enisa is encouraging the private sector to become involved in any pan-European cyber security efforts, especially the planning.