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File chemical/x-pdb Work Programme 2014 Amendment
Located in Publications / Work Programmes & General Reports
Work Programmes & General Reports
ENISA Work Programmes & General Reports
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File text/texmacs ENISA Programming Document 2019-2021 with amendments
Including Multiannual planning, Work programme 2019 and Multiannual staff planning
Located in Publications / Corporate Documents
Located in Topics / / Current Risk / RM Inventory
Comparison
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Image Chair of ENISA's Management board - Jean Baptiste Demaison
Located in Press & Media / / Images / The Management Board
Image PNG image Bucharest2019
Logo for the 2019 ECSC
Located in Topics / Cybersecurity Education / European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC)
Image JPEG image ENISA 15-year anniversary event - March 2019
Located in Press & Media / / Images / ENISA 15-year anniversary event - March 2019
Image JPEG image ENISA 15-year anniversary event - March 2019
Located in Press & Media / / Images / ENISA 15-year anniversary event - March 2019
Report/Study Port Cybersecurity - Good practices for cybersecurity in the maritime sector
Developed in collaboration with several EU ports, this report intends to provide a useful foundation on which CIOs and CISOs of entities involved in the port ecosystem, especially port authorities and terminal operators, can build their cybersecurity strategy. The study lists the main threats posing risks to the port ecosystem and describes key cyber-attack scenarios that could impact them. This approach allowed the identification of security measures that ports shall put in place to better protect themselves from cyberattack. The main measures identified intend to serve as good practices for people responsible for cybersecurity implementation. The study can be useful for other stakeholders in the broader community within the port ecosystem, such shipping companies and maritime policy makers.
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