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ENISA IT Security Industry Collaboration Event
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Press Release application/x-troff-ms ENISA 4th Industry event aims to stimulate cybersecurity SMEs and access to funding mechanisms
On 17th March 2017 ENISA organized its 4th industry event in Brussels.
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Report/Study Guidelines for SMEs on the security of personal data processing
ENISA undertook a study to support SME’s on how to adopt security measures for the protection of personal data, following a risk-based approach. In particular, the objectives of the study were to facilitate SMEs in understanding the context of the personal data processing operation and subsequently assess the associated security risks.
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ENISA study looks into the adoption of security and privacy standards by SMES
ENISA carried out in 2015 a project with the objective of providing a set of relevant recommendations on how to increase the adoption of information security and privacy standards by SMEs. Additionally, the report identifies and describes existing security and privacy standards that can be used by European SMEs.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Cloud Security Guide for SMEs
This guide wants to assist SMEs understand the security risks and opportunities they should take into account when procuring cloud services. This document includes a set of security risk, a set of security opportunities and a list of security questions the SME could pose to the provider to understand the level of security. The risks and opportunities are linked to the security questions so the end result is customised according to the user's needs and requirements. This information is supported by two example use cases and an annex that gives an overview of the data protection legislation applicable and the authorities involved in each country.
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Press Release Successful collaborative cyber security awareness raising - Large Scale Pilot for EU SME business & citizens;two new reports launched by EU Agency ENISA on the European Information Sharing and Alert System (EISAS)
The EU’s cyber security Agency ENISA has run a Large Scale Pilot project for the European Information Sharing and Alerting System – EISAS to better prepare EU business and citizens facing cyber threats. The EISAS Large Scale Pilot Report, details its successful actions, and identifies the cost-effectiveness of European awareness raising collaboration, while the EISAS Updated Roadmap foresee future actions for EISAS.
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Report/Study EISAS - Enhanced Roadmap 2012
The EISAS Enhanced Roadmap 2012 take account of the results of the EISAS Large scale pilot and foresee the next steps required for a full deployment of EISAS in the EU.
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Report/Study Troff document EISAS Large-Scale Pilot - Collaborative Awareness Raising for EU Citizens & SMEs
To continually raise the level of cyber security awareness of all citizens and businesses, the European Commission decided to promote a collaborative approach for awareness raising in Europe. Introduced in 2006, EISAS, the European Information Sharing and Alert System, aims to enhance the cooperation of Member States in their work to reach out to citizens and SMEs with relevant security information. In 2012 ENISA has run a Large Scale Pilot project. The EISAS Large Scale Pilot Report, details its successful actions, and identifies the cost-effectiveness of European awareness raising collaboration, while the EISAS Updated Roadmap foresee future actions for EISAS.
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Report/Study D source code EISAS (enhanced) report on implementation
The 'EISAS (enhanced) report is an implementation plan for further development and deployment of EISAS concept. It's a 'how-to' method for implementing a fully functional EISAS framework until 2013 in the European Union Member States.
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