We at Kingpin work with many security vendors, and so have a pretty good understanding of the complexity surrounding the different levels and types of solution in market. But while IT decision makers are (rightly) focused on keeping their organisation's lights on, what about the bigger scenario? Cyber-terrorism is on the rise, and it's not just governments that will be targeted; private entities are more entwined with public services than ever, making them part of the same target group. But before we all start thinking this sounds like an episode of 24 (or Mr. Robot for younger readers), fear not, for the good guys have a plan. This article by the always excellent Steve Ranger looks at Europe's contingency planning for such scenarios.