ENISA and the European Commission are organising a conference on the preparations of the EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework for products and services.
Today ENISA publishes two reports: Cooperative models for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and Cooperative models for Information Sharing and Analysis Centres (ISACs).
On 30 January, the National Liaison Officers (NLO) Network of ENISA met for the first time in 2018 at the Agency’s headquarters in Athens, Greece.
On 6 February 2018, Prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA, attended an event in Strasbourg, which was organised by the European Commission. During this event, the Digital Economy and Society Commissioner Mariya Gabriel launched an awareness raising campaign on child online safety and cyber-hygiene.
ENISA is today pleased to publish the ‘European Cyber Security Month deployment report’, a summary of the activities carried out throughout ECSM 2017 by the Agency and participating Member States.
On 6 February 2018 – the international ‘Safer Internet Day’ – ENISA publishes a report providing organisations with practical tools and guidance to develop and maintain an internal cybersecurity culture.
ENISA publishes a report that provides an assessment on the maturity of the implementation of the European Cyber Security Standardisation activities in the EU Member States with respect to the NIS Directive.
ENISA has produced the first version of a report that provides an overview of key emerging technologies and their associated security challenges, and aims to identify future security issues associated with these technologies.
On 28 January 2018, ENISA joined the 47 countries of the Council of Europe, and the EU institutions, agencies and bodies to celebrate the 12th European Data Protection Day.
ENISA and the European Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) community have jointly set up a task force with the goal of reaching a consensus on a ‘Reference Security Incident Classification Taxonomy’.
A survey recently carried out by ENISA marks the positive tendency of Trust services to break through the barriers of large-scale business transformation processes in such applications as finance, healthcare and beyond.
Earlier today, ENISA published the study ‘Overview of the ICT Certification Laboratories practices in Europe’ which seeks to identify and analyse the current landscape of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) security certification laboratories within the EU Member States. In addition, the study provides a comparison to the practices used in non-EU countries.
In 2017, we encountered a vast diversity of the cyber threats that offered some key insights. We gained tangible evidence regarding monetization methods, attacks on democracies, cyber-war, transformation of malicious infrastructures and the dynamics within threat agent groups.
ENISA has developed a concise set of six technical guidelines on trust services with the purpose of providing technical guidance and promoting the uptake of qualified trust services (QTS).
Cybersecurity awareness raising trainings are lagging behind. There is currently a shortage of trainings in specific threats encountered in different (sub)sectors and of trainings in the area of decision making as a result of data leakages or privacy incidents.
Representatives from France, Germany and the UK will gather on 5 December in Brussels for a high-level private breakfast.
The first meeting of the recently elected Permanent Stakeholders’ Group (PSG) was held in Athens on 29 and 30 November 2017, during which topics of the Agency’s forthcoming work programmes were discussed.
One year after the eIDAS Regulation entered into force, ENISA publishes the first comprehensive overview of the annual summary reporting by the Member States.