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ENISA looks into the Crystal Ball: a report on emerging technologies and security challenges
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.
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ENISA at CeBIT: The role of cybersecurity within the new digital environment
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Press Release Securing smart cars today; for safer autonomous cars tomorrow
ENISA publishes a study on the "Cyber security and resilience of smart cars". The report identifies good practices and recommendations to ensure the security of smart cars against cyber threats.
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Report/Study Looking into the crystal ball: A report on emerging technologies and security challenges
The time has come for ENISA to take a look at the crystal ball of technology; In particular looking at what are considered to be emerging technologies and what might be their prospective usage scenarios. Considering emerging technologies and applications is an important step in assessing future security needs.
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Validation workshop for Baseline Security Measures for IoT & first IOTsec meeting
ENISA is currently performing a study on cyber security measures for IoT. To validate the findings of the study and discuss future challenges, ENISA organizes a workshop together with the first IOTsec meeting.
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Report/Study Cyber Security and Resilience of smart cars
The objective of this study is to identify good practices that ensure the security of smart cars against cyber threats, with the particularity that smart cars’ security shall also guarantee safety. The study lists the sensitive assets present in smart cars, as well as the corresponding threats, risks, mitigation factors and possible security measures to implement. To obtain this information, experts in the fields and areas related with smart cars were contacted to gather their know-how and expertise. These exchanges led to three categories of good practices: Policy and standards, Organizational measures, and Security functions.
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