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Overview from ENISA's Trust Services Forum 2016
The 2016 edition focused on emerging issues related to trust services across Europe, as the date of entry of the provisions related to trust services of the eIDAS Regulation approaches, coming into force on July 1st 2016.
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Press Release x-conference/x-cooltalk Privacy-a fundamental right-between economics and practice
ENISA releases two new reports on privacy economics and case studies of online practices in collecting and storing personal data in the EU
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Press Release Troff document Privacy revisited: clearer icons, standards and evaluation of online seals are needed for online trust
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File Troff document Vem kan du lita på? Cybersäkerhet och integritet: tydligare ikoner, standards, samt utvärdering av säkerhetssigill är nödvändiga för att lita på online tjänster
När kan du verkligen lita på att webbtjänster hanterar dina data på ett säkert sätt? En ny rapport från EU:s IT-säkerhetmyndighet ENISA analyserar villkoren för att online- säkerhets- och integritetssigill ska kunna hjälpa användare att bedöma om en webbtjänst är tillförlitlig.
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Press Release Octet Stream Trustworthy electronic signatures, secure e-Government and trust: the way forward for improving EU citizens’ trust in web services, outlined by EU Agency ENISA
The EU’s cyber security Agency, ENISA, is publishing a series of new studies about the current security practices of Trust Service Providers (TSPs) and recommendations for improving cross-border trustworthiness and interoperability for the new regulated TSPs and for e-Government services using them.
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ENISA activities in support of Trust Services
Today, on July 1st 2016 eIDAS* rules for trust services, enter into force.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Security guidelines on the appropriate use of qualified electronic signatures
This document addresses qualified electronic signatures and is one out of a series of five documents which target to assist parties aiming to use qualified electronic signatures, seals, time stamps, eDelivery or website authentication certificates to understand the subject correctly as-well-as the potential benefits, amongst others, by giving examples of possible application. This series of documents also targets to give those parties some advice on how to correctly use the related (qualified) trust services.
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Report/Study Trust and Reputation Models
Reputation systems are a key success factor of many websites, enabling users and customers to have a better understanding of the information, products and services being provided. However, by using reputation systems, individuals place themselves at additional risk. This report studies privacy risks of in duty systems and surveys the current practice of reputation providers. Furthermore, it gives recommendations to service providers to improve their practice to mitigate risks for their customers and to policymakers to improve the legal framework on privacy and data protection to suit the needs of our modern communication society.
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Report/Study The Use of Cryptographic Techniques in Europe
With the increased use of e-Government services, the amount of citizens’ sensitive data being transmitted over public networks (e.g. the Internet) and stored within applications that are accessible from anywhere on the Internet has grown significantly. Hence, the cryptographic recommendations and specifications that European Union (EU) Member States promote for e-Government services have a direct impact on the privacy of European citizens. This study examine Member States’ cryptographic documents and specifications that relate to the encryption of unclassified information stored and transmitted by e-Government services. The findings and recommendations rely on answers received from Member States, covering more than 61% of the EU population; additionally, selected members of the European ICT industry provided feedback on their experience of working with, deploying, auditing and testing Member States’ cryptographic solutions.
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Annual Privacy Forum
On 10th and 11th of October 2012 ENISA is organising in collaboration with DG INFSO and University of Cyprus the Annual Privacy Forum 2012 (APF’2012) www.privacyforum.eu
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