Host Operators

CCW brings together host operators from the Nordic countries, plus Estonia

Host Operators


The task of the State Security Networks Group is to secure the critical leadership of society and information society services in all circumstances. The State Security Networks offers mission critical services, situational awareness services and services to secure critical infrastructure for the organizations’ which are responsible for the security and functionality of the society. State Security Networks is a limited company wholly owned by the State. The Prime Minister's Office is responsible for the company’s Government Ownership Steering. Our major clients include the Finnish Defence Forces, the Police, the Rescue Service Organisation, the Emergency Response Centre Administration, social services and health care providers, the Finnish Border Guard, the ministries and other bodies of the government and municipalities, as well as companies of critical importance for security of supply.

Direktoratet for samfunnssikkerhet og beredskap (DSB)

Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection (DSB) responsibilities regarding civil protection cover national, regional and local preparedness and emergency planning, fire and electrical safety, safety in handling and transport of hazardous substances, as well as product and consumer safety. The Norwegian Civil Defence is part of DSB. DSB reports to the Ministry of Justice and Public Security.

Danish National Police

Centre of Emergency Communication (CFB) is part of the Danish National Police with the main responsibility to secure operation and development of the nationwide emergency radio network, SINE (Safety Network).

SINE is a digital radio network based on the Tetra standard. The radio network is used by all Danish emergency services dealing with public order, safety and health.

MSB (Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency)

The MSB is responsible for issues concerning civil protection, public safety, emergency management and civil defence as long as no other authority has responsibility. Responsibility refers to measures taken before, during and after an emergency or crisis.

We work:

  • Via knowledge enhancement, support, training, exercises, regulation, supervision and our own operations
  • In close cooperation with the municipalities, county councils, other authorities, the private sector and various organisations
  • To achieve greater security and safety at all levels of society, from local to global

Riigi Infokommunikatsiooni Sihtasutus (State Infocommunication Foundation)

RIKS has established at the end of 2000 and is a non-commercial foundation administered by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.

We provide communication-related services (incl. operative-, radio- and maritime communications, telephone-, and satellite services) for public institutions and other state-budgeted institutions and operative communication for particular purposes.

The mission of RIKS is to provide cohesive, high quality, secure and cost effective communication-related services through its own infrastructures and infocommunication services delivered from the free market.

Our operating principles stem from quality, rationality and security.