The goal of this workshop is to discuss openly the implementation of the 5G toolbox implementation measures with key representatives and experts from telecom operators and EU Member States national authorities operating in the EU Digital Single Market, that have been directly involved in implementing the toolbox.
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity publishes a Cybersecurity Procurement Guide for Hospitals. Healthcare IT professionals have a new instrument in their toolbox.
Experts meet in Brussels to intensify coordination against cyber threats and staff-to-staff relations. The programme seeks to promote a better mutual understanding of respective priorities, practices and to deepen the working relationships across the respective organisations.
Last week, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity hosted the 30th Article 13a meeting in Brussels.
On the 22nd September, ENISA in collaboration with the European Commission is organizing, for the sixth consecutive year, the Trust Services Forum. On the 23rd September, D-TRUST in cooperation with TÜViT will hold the twelfth CA-Day.
ENISA, DG CONNECT and the Católica University of Portugal, Lisbon school of Law are organizing the Annual Privacy Forum (APF) 2020 to learn from the professionals in the field, get involved in a high level debate, discover the trends for the future and network with key players in privacy and data protection.
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) eHealth Security Experts Group is the second iteration of the expert group focusing in the healthcare sector, initially created in 2015. The creation of this Experts Group aims at gathering experts from the healthcare sector to exchange viewpoints and ideas on cybersecurity threats, challenges and solutions, as well as to support ENISA in its work in the sector.
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), is pleased to announce that the Cyber Europe 2020 (CE2020) exercise will take place in June and focus on the theme of health.
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity publishes the EU Cybersecurity Institutional Map to depict the roles, responsibilities and tasks of EU Institutions and EU Groups in Cybersecurity.
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity publishes two studies related to the domain of standards supporting the Cybersecurity Act and the new Cybersecurity Certification Framework.
The second ENISA Cyber Threat Intelligence conference organised with the support of the European Commission took place on 30 and 31 January in Brussels.
Yesterday, the European Commission endorsed a set of measures to mitigate cybersecurity risks related to the rollout of 5G networks. The European Commission also set out a number of next steps, to implement the toolbox. The EU Agency for Cybersecurity played a supporting role in the delivery of the 5G toolbox.
To mark Data Protection Day 2020 on 28 January, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity launches an online platform to assist in the security of personal data processing; this platform implements a risk-based approach to personal data security as a means to underpin trust.
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity analyses the main changes for telecom security supervision under the new European Electronic Communication Code (EECC).
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity hosted representatives of the Joint Research Centre on 22 January in Athens to discuss closer cooperation between the two bodies.
In response to a European Commission request addressed to the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), the Agency announces this call for expression of interest for the selection of the 20-member strong ad hoc working group for the purpose of preparing a candidate cybersecurity certification scheme on Cloud Services.
The candidate cybersecurity certification scheme is envisaged to provide for cybersecurity certification of a broad range of cloud services. The ad hoc working group on cloud services will draw its input from existing schemes and sources, and its first task will be to specify further the scope of the scheme.
Update: a press release about the event has been published
The theme of the validation workshop is “Supporting the deployment of EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework” and aims to present and touch upon the efforts of ENISA and the European Commission on the deployment of the EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework.
The main objective of this workshop is to present recent ENISA preparatory and support activities and studies while engaging invited participants in a lively exchange of opinions, experience so far and future considerations.
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a new report on “Pseudonymisation Techniques and Best Practices”, which explores the basic notions of pseudonymisation, as well as technical solutions that can support implementation in practice.
In accordance with article 48(2) of the EU Cybersecurity Act, the European Commission has requested ENISA to prepare a cybersecurity certification candidate scheme for cloud services, taking into account existing and relevant schemes and standards.
A candidate cybersecurity certification scheme for cloud services is in the works by ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity.
A call for expressions of interest for an Ad-Hoc Working Group for Cloud Cybersecurity Certification will be launched in due course and will be posted on the ENISA website.