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ENISA working group on Artificial Intelligence cybersecurity kick-off
Today, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, is kicking off the Ad-Hoc Working Group on Cybersecurity for Artificial Intelligence, marking another milestone in the Agency’s work on emerging technologies.
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Securing smart infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic
Securing smart homes and smart buildings from cybersecurity risks becomes more relevant than ever in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. ENISA presents some fundamental measures for securing smart devices.
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Image Troff document AI robot
Located in Topics / IoT and Smart Infrastructures / Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Call for Expression of Interest: Experts Group in Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity calls for experts in Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity.
Located in News / ENISA News
Ad-Hoc Working Group on Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity
On this page you can find the ongoing work of the Ad-hoc Working Group, supporting ENISA in the process of building knowledge on Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity.
Located in Topics / IoT and Smart Infrastructures / Artificial Intelligence (AI)
File x-conference/x-cooltalk Data Protection Notice
Located in Topics / IoT and Smart Infrastructures / Artificial Intelligence (AI)
File Terms of Reference - AI WG
Located in Topics / IoT and Smart Infrastructures / Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Report/Study ENISA good practices for security of Smart Cars
This report defines good practices for security of smart cars, namely connected and (semi-) autonomous vehicles, providing added-value features in order to enhance car users’ experience and improve car safety. Taking stock of all existing standardization, legislative and policy initiatives, this report aims to serve as a reference point to promote cybersecurity for smart cars (connected and automated cars) across Europe and raise awareness on relevant threats and risks with a focus on “cybersecurity for safety”.
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Press Release Troff document ENISA puts Cybersecurity in the driver's seat
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity highlights the importance of cybersecurity for connected cars in a new report.
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Report/Study Good Practices for Security of IoT - Secure Software Development Lifecycle
This ENISA study introduces good practices for IoT security, with a particular focus on software development guidelines for secure IoT products and services throughout their lifetime. Establishing secure development guidelines across the IoT ecosystem, is a fundamental building block for IoT security. By providing good practices on how to secure the IoT software development process, this study tackles one aspect for achieving security by design, a key recommendation that was highlighted in the ENISA Baseline Security Recommendations study which focused on the security of the IoT ecosystem from a horizontal point of view.
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