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Press Release New report on Smart Grids cyber security measures; a risk-based approach is key to secure implementation, according to EU Agency ENISA
The EU’s cyber security agency ENISA has investigated the challenges for baseline smart grids protection in Europe. This new report assists smart grid providers to improve their cyber security and resilience of their infrastructures, with a set of minimum security measures.
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Press Release New ENISA report: The double-edged sword of Cloud computing in Critical Information Infrastructure Protection
ENISA has launched a new report looking at Cloud computing from a Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) perspective, and identifying that Cloud computing is critical given the concentration of users and data and its growing use in critical sectors, such as finance, health and insurance.
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Press Release text/texmacs Cyber Security: ENISA White Paper: Can we learn from Industrial Control Systems/SCADA security incidents?
The EU’s cyber security Agency ENISA released a white paper today, giving recommendations regarding prevention and preparedness for an agile and integrated response to cyber security attacks and incidents against Industrial Control Systems (ICS)/SCADA.
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Press Release Protection of Underground Electronic Communications Infrastructure
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Press Release ENISA’s recommendations for Certifying ICS/SCADA professionals
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Press Release No clean bill of health for cyber security incidents in healthcare: time for a sanity check
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Press Release Troff document Governmental Cloud in the EU - New Agency Report
The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA has launched a new report on Govermental Cloud Computing. The report is targeted at senior managers of public bodies who have to make a security and resilience decision about how to ‘go cloud’, if at all. The main goal of the report is to support governmental bodies in taking informed risk based decisions regarding security of data, resilience of service and legal compliance on their way to the cloud. It highlights also security and resilience pros and cons of community, private and public cloud computing services for public bodies.
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Press Release D source code The decisive factors for designing 'end-to-end' resilient networks identified
The resilience of data networks is vital for the economy and society. Yet, abnormal but legitimate traffic, malicious attacks, accidents or human mistakes, and technical failures at lower levels can still hamper network access. This has major consequences for the information society, as networks is found everwhere, behind energy, water, e-commerce; i.e. the entire critical information infrastructure. ENISA now presents the design principles of “end-to-end" resilience in a widened scope, e2e Resilience, in its new report; i.e. how networks will allow for connectivity, also with quality in focus. The e2e approach involves aspects beyond, and in addition to, technology for standardisation bodies and policy makers.
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Press Release text/texmacs Facing the cyber-zombies – EU Agency gets tough on Botnets
The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency, ENISA today published a comprehensive study on the botnet threat (networks of ordinary computers controlled by cybercriminals),and how to address it. The report looks at the reliability of botnet size estimates and makes recommendations for all groups involved in the fight against botnets. Alongside the main report the Agency sets out the top 10 key issues for policymakers in- ‘Botnets:10 Tough Questions’
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Press Release EU Agency presents 1st report ever on how to measure IT resilience
“If you cannot measure it you cannot improve it!” Lord Kelvin - EU Agency presents the 1st comprehensive report on Metrics and Measurements in Network and Service Resilience, uncovering a lack of standards & coherency
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