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Security Issues in Cross-border e-Authentication
The Agency has launched a new report on Security Issues in Cross-border Electronic Authentication. Improving the interoperability of electronic identification and authentication systems is a European task and a task for all Member States. ENISA analysed the current situation and assessed the security risks of electronic authentication in cross-border solutions. To visualize these risks, two different projects offering cross-border authentication have been examined and evaluated, Netcards/EHIC and Stork.
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Czech Cyber Security Strategy for 2011-2015 published
Recently, the Czech Republic's Cyber Security Strategy for 2011-2015 was published.
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eID & eGovernement: Mapping security services to authentication levels
Online tax declaration by electronic means, or smart card identification to be able to use online health care services: it all requires secure authentication. The Agency has launched a report on the authentication levels proposed by the STORK project, and their mapping to public electronic services in Europe.
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Planning of the 1st Pan European CIIP exercise on time
A team of planners from dedicated Member States (DK, FI, FR, HU, IT, PT, SE, UK) with the contribution of staff from ENISA and the Joint Research Centre (JRC), presented to the plenary, 22 participating countries, the draft proposals for exercise setup, the detailed scenario and the various policies. All of them are subject to final approval the next few days based on the constructive comments received.
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Future security 'compass course' for Europe; key message at FIRST, Miami
Dr Udo Helmbrecht, the Executive Director of ENISA made a keynote presentation at the 22nd annual FIRST conference, taking place in Miami, USA, on 16 June.
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New 'Who-is-Who' in Network & Information Security, 2011 Edition
The Agency has released its new, 6th edition of the 'Who-is-Who' in Network and Information Security.
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Helmbrecht at Council of Europe "Octopus" cyber crime conference
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Focus: Cyber Security Exercise Cooperation
Recently, the Agency staged its 4th preparatory workshop for the forthcoming cyber security -Critical Information Infrastructure Protection -CIIP- exercise. The exercise is the 1st ever pan-European joint CIIP action of its kind. Here is a follow-up, in-depth interview with our Experts, to explain the background, and the context of the Agency's resilience and CIIP program; what tools the Agency has at its disposal, and what the next steps are.
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Upgraded Agency access to restricted information
The Agency has concluded an administrative agreement with the EU Commission's Security Directorate on the use of the classification ‘’RESTREINT UE/EU RESTRICTED’’. This gives the Agency formal access to these documents and ensures that it applies the basic EU principles and standards to protect EU Classified Information.
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‘CYBER EUROPE 2010’ -the 1st pan-European CIIP exercise
‘CYBER EUROPE 2010’ the first pan European CIIP (Critical Information Infrastructure Protection) exercise ever- phase one.
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