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Discussion on implementing the NIS Directive and enhancing competitiveness
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Report/Study Smartphones: Information security risks, opportunities and recommendations for users
The objective of this report is to allow an informed assessment of the information security and privacy risks of using smartphones. Most importantly, we make practical recommendations on how to address these risks. We assess and rank the most important information security risks and opportunities for smartphone users and give prioritised recommendations on how to address them. The report analyses 10 information security risks for smartphone users and 7 information security opportunities. It makes 20 recommendations to address the risks.
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Press Release C header Exposure to cyber-attacks in the EU remains high - New ENISA Threat Landscape report analyses the latest cyber threats
In 2018, the cyber threat landscape changed significantly. The most important threat agent groups, namely cyber-criminals and state-sponsored actors have further advanced their motives and tactics. Monetisation motives contributed to the appearance of crypto-miners in the top 15 cyber threats.
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2020 CTI-EU | Bonding EU Cyber Threat Intelligence
CTI-EU is a two day event for cybersecurity practitioners and enthusiasts to debate the current state of play and future developments in CTI.
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Report/Study ENISA Threat Landscape Report 2016
The ENISA Threat Landscape 2016 - the summary of the most prevalent cyber-threats – is sobering: everybody is exposed to cyber-threats, with the main motive being monetization. The year 2016 is thus characterized by “the efficiency of cyber-crime monetization”. Undoubtedly, optimization of cyber-crime turnover was THE trend observed in 2016.
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Report/Study ENISA Threat Landscape - Emerging trends
With the start of a new decade, significant changes can be expected in the way we perceive and understand cybersecurity or the security of cyberspace. The report lists relevant cybersecurity challenges and the top five trends with cyberthreats.
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ENISA discusses cyber challenges of the digital transformation
ENISA was at the Connected Citizens’ Summit today, June 21st, in Amsterdam with key figures from the public and private sphere, discussing on the digital transformation from smart cities, cybersecurity, and energy efficiency to e-health.
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Press Release Visit of EC VP Ansip at the EU cybersecurity Agency in Greece
European Commission Vice-President Ansip visited the EU Agency for cybersecurity at its premises in Athens today 11th May 2017, for a discussion on its activities and future role in the EU cyber security landscape.
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Press Release ENISA Threat Landscape 2016 report: cyber-threats becoming top priority
ENISA’s Threat Landscape 2016 (ETL 2016) released today is the fifth consecutive yearly report summarizing the top cyber threats encountered in 2016.
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The EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator visited ENISA
On 10 September 2019, ENISA organised a meeting with the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator, Gilles de Kerchove to discuss the current and upcoming priorities of ENISA.
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