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Apr 15, 2015
This paper explains why standards are important for cyber security, specifically in the area of electronic identification and trust services providers. A number of challenges associated with the definition and deployment of standards in the area of cyber security are discussed. This is followed by a brief overview of several key EU initiatives in this area and a number of ENISA recommendations....
Mar 20, 2015
Having a national / governmental CERTs in place that fulfils the requirements for ’baseline capabilities’ as defined in this document is essential for CIIP in all Member States. However these teams should not be considered as the one and only necessary measure a Member State must take in order to ensure adequate protection. CIIP at the national level must always be planned as part of a...
Feb 26, 2015
ENISA after having analysed the present state of play of governmental Cloud deployment in 2013 report, presents a guide on the steps public administration has to take to deploy cloud computing. This report gives guidance on the process from pre-procurement till finalisation and exit from a cloud contract, explaining which are the steps to take when focusing on security and privacy. It offers...
Feb 23, 2015
This study aims to tackle the problem of identification of Critical Information Infrastructures in communication networks. The goal is to provide an overview of the current state of play in Europe and depict possible improvements in order to be ready for future threat landscapes and challenges.
Feb 19, 2015
This document explores how current initiatives on certification of professional skills are related to the topic of ICS/SCADA cyber security. It also identifies the challenges and proposes a series of recommendations towards the development of certification schemes for ICS/SCADA cyber security professionals.Pursuant to interviews with experts worldwide and the analysis of the results of an online...
Feb 10, 2015
ECSM is an EU advocacy campaign that promotes cyber security among citizens and advocates for change in the perception of cyber-threats by promoting data and information security, education, sharing of good practices and competitions.
The objective of this report is to:
1. Present this preparatory work;
2. Carry out an objective evaluation by setting up an external survey open to the ECSM...
Feb 09, 2015
The study identifies threats to all asset classes, across the several alternative design pathways to smart homes. As it develops, the smart home will exhibit a high cyber security risk profile for the individual context, with additional systematic effects on broader information security.
Jan 27, 2015
In the ETL 2014, details of the developments made in 2014 are consolidated by means of top cyber threats and emerging threat trends in various technological and application areas. References to over 400 relevant sources on threats will help decision makers, security experts and interested individuals to navigate through the threat landscape.
Jan 19, 2015
This document has been created as part of an ENISA-funded study of the state of security information sharing and is intended to supplement the main report, “Actionable Information for Security Incident Response.” The purpose of this document is to give the target audience of this study - national and governmental CERTs - a better understanding of the standards and tools for processing...
This document is intended as a good practice guide for the exchange and processing of actionable information. The report is relevant to incident response in all types of organizations, the primary audience of this study isnational and governmental CERTs. The scope of the study is purposefully broad.
Jan 15, 2015
This study details a list of good practices that aim at securing an Internet infrastructure asset from Important Specific Threats. A gap analysis identifies that some assets remain not covered by current good practices: human resources (administrators and operators) for Routing, DNS and Denial of Service, as well as System Configuration and Essential Addressing Protocols for Denial of Service.
Securing cyberspace and e-communications has become both a governmental and an Industry priority worldwide. The growing relevance of information and communication technologies in the essential functions of the economy has reinforced the necessity of prevention and protection measures in all sectors, naturally including the finance sector.
This research aimed at understanding and comparing the...
Jan 12, 2015
This report contributes to bridging the gap between the legal framework and the available technolog-ical implementation measures by providing an inventory of existing approaches, privacy design strat-egies, and technical building blocks of various degrees of maturity from research and development. Starting from the privacy principles of the legislation, important elements are presented as a first...
Dec 19, 2014
The report describes the need for harmonised European smart grid certification practices which cover the complete smart grid supply chain, and are supported by a European platform based on M/490 SGAM1 (Smart Grid Architecture Model) and the concept of smart grid chain of trust.
Dec 17, 2014
This document aims to provide recommendations to Member States (MS) that wish to protect their underground electronic communications infrastructure against disruption due to civil works. This document shall help MS to assess their need to deploy an automated information system for damage prevention, and eventually assist them in the development of such tool through a number of recommendations.
Dec 11, 2014
The “Security Guide for ICT Procurement” aims to be a practical tool for electronic communications service providers to better manage security risks when dealing with vendors of ICT products and outsourced services. The Guide maps security risks which could lead to a disruption of electronic communications services for users, to a full framework of security requirements, which can be applied...
The report, “Secure ICT Procurement in Electronic Communications”, focuses on the growing dependency of electronic communications service providers on ICT products and outsourced services, it analyses security risks associated with third party ICT products and outsourced services used for core operations, it provides practices used in the sector and it gives general recommendations to the...
Dec 01, 2014
This report represents the outcome of an impact assessment of ENISA’s support to Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) for the period 2005 until today. The impact assessment has served as a basis for a proposed roadmap to 2020.
The key objectives of the study are to: take stock of ENISA achievements in relation to European CERTs, and in light of relevant policy documents; perform an...
Nov 27, 2014
ENISA work on the evaluation of National Cyber Security Strategies (NCSS) addressing to policy experts and government officials who design, implement and evaluate an NCSS policy. It aims to be a flexible and pragmatic tool based on principles rather than prescriptive checklists, in alignment with the provisions of the EU Cyber Security Strategy.
The evaluation framework developed by ENISA,...
One of ENISA’s role is that of community builder. In order to properly fulfill this role, ENISA must have a better insight at what makes or breaks a community – trust. This report takes a first informal look at how communities build and maintain trust, by looking at four different operational communities. This report highlights commonalities and differences, and gives a first set of...
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