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Report/Study ECMAScript program Proactive detection – Measures and information sources
The current project aims to provide a complete inventory of all available methods, tools, activities and information sources for proactive detection of network security incidents, which are used already or potentially could be used by incident response teams in Europe nowadays. The current report evaluates available methods, tools, activities and information sources for proactive detection of network incidents.
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Report/Study Proactive detection - Good practices gap analysis recommendations
The current project aims to provide a complete inventory of all available methods, tools, activities and information sources for proactive detection of network security incidents, which are used already or potentially could be used by incident response teams in Europe nowadays. The current document covers the good practices identified, gap analysis and recommendations. The gap analysis identified fields for potential additional work and analysis.
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Report/Study text/texmacs Proactive detection – Survey results
The current project aims to provide a complete inventory of all available methods, tools, activities and information sources for proactive detection of network security incidents, which are used already or potentially could be used by incident response teams in Europe nowadays. The current document presents the results of the 2019 survey and comparison with the 2011 edition . It provides an overview of the usage of the different tools and insight on the most common systems deployed in-house, the most often used measures, the level of effort and expertise needed to deploy these systems and other various aspects.
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Getting ready for the next security incidents
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity publishes a new report and accompanying repository on measures and information sources to proactively detect network security incidents in the EU.
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11th CSIRTs Network meeting
The objective of the 11th CSIRTs Network meeting is to continue developing operational-cooperation capability in the EU as defined by the Network and Information Security Directive.
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ENISA contributes to a Council of Europe webinar on cooperating with CSIRTs to counter cybercrime
On the 11th May 2020, the Council of Europe and the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity organise a joint webinar on the good practices of collaboration on cybercrime and electronic evidence between CSIRTs and criminal justice authorities including law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges.
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Report/Study An overview on enhancing technical cooperation between CSIRTs and LE
This report aims to support the cooperation between CSIRTs - in particular, national and governmental CSIRTs, LEAs and the Judiciary – in particular, prosecutors and judges, in their fight against cybercrime, by providing information on the technical aspects of the cooperation, identifying current shortcomings, and formulating and proposing recommendations on technical aspects to enhance the cooperation. Moreover, this report introduces some use cases to present the interaction among the different actors and of the methodology and the tools used when CSIRTs, LEAs and the Judiciary cooperate for responding to cyber-crime.
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Sharing is caring: technical cooperation across CSIRTs, LE and the judiciary
In an effort to estimate the degree of maturity of the technical cooperation across national and governmental CSIRTs, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and the judiciary when it comes down to cybercrime investigation, ENISA has prepared a report that focuses on the tools of these communities to cooperate among themselves and counter cybercrime.
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