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Press Release Security and Privacy, Two Sides of the Same Coin
ENISA Annual Privacy Forum 2019
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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 ENISA calls for a joint effort between end-users and service providers to protect our online identity
In the cyber world our identity is reflected by our usernames and passwords. For users, keeping their passwords safe is vital to avoid security incidents such as identity theft. But online service providers (who store usernames and passwords) are expected to do the same.
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Press Release New report by EU Agency ENISA, focussing on technical aspects of “the right to be forgotten”
“The right to be forgotten” is one of the elements of the new proposed regulation (January 2012) on data protection of the European Commission. The right allows people to ask for digitally held personal information to be deleted.
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Press Release Securing Personal Data: ENISA guidelines on Cryptographic solutions
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Press Release Joint supervision tool for telecom security
ENISA publishes a joint framework to supervise the security of services and personal data processing by telecom providers in the EU.
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Press Release ENISA welcomes the Commission initiatives on the Digital Single Market for Europe
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Press Release New report: Data Breach Notifications in Europe
The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA, (the European Network and Information Security Agency) has today issued a report on Data Breach Notifications. The EU data breach notification (DBN) requirement for the electronic communications sector in the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC) is vital to increase in the long term the level of data security in Europe. The Agency has reviewed the current situation and identified the key concerns of both the telecom operators and the Data Protection Authorities (DPA)s in its new report.
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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 ‘Bittersweet cookies’: new types of ‘cookies’ raise online security & privacy concerns
The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA has published a position paper on the security and privacy concerns regarding new types of online ‘cookies’. The advertising industry has led the drive for new, persistent and powerful cookies, with privacy-invasive features for marketing practices and profiling. The Agency advocates e.g. that both the user browser and the origin server must assist informed consent, and that users should be able to easily manage their cookies. The Agency recommends a thorough study of different interpretations in the Member States, once the Directive 2009/136/EC has been implemented, by 25 May 2011.
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