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Press Release D source code European Cybersecurity Month 2019 is launched
October marks the kick-off of the European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM), coordinated by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), the European Commission and supported by the Member States. This campaign will focus on expanding awareness about cybersecurity to citizens across Europe.
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File Adequate and effective cybersecurity: state of play
Speech by ENISA’s Executive director, prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht – Cybersecurity Conference organised by the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
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Report/Study Flash note: Risks of using discontinued software
ENISA warns about the risks of using discontinued software, not only because of the lack of support from the manufacturer, but also from third parties, like manufacturers of anti-malware or other kind of software, or computer peripherals. This will lead in persistent exposure to vulnerabilities and lack of possibility to update peripherals or third party applications.
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Report/Study Troff document Flash Note: Large scale UDP attacks - the 2014 trend and how to face it
Recent news show the increase of large scale attacks exploiting specific vulnerabilities of the Internet core protocols. In the latest cases, the Network Time Protocol (NTP), which allows synchronizing devices to the coordinated universal time (UTC), has been misused. Specifically, in December 2013, a vulnerability in this UDP protocol became mainstream and started to be exploited for large scale reflection attacks leading to a dramatic increase of the size of denial of services. Luckily, network providers can already put in place a series of known countermeasures to mitigate these threats, as ENISA underlined also for amplification attacks in April 2013.
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Report/Study Flash Note: Heartbleed - A wake-up call
Last week the entire web discovered the existence of the so called “Heartbleed” vulnerability affecting one of the most popular mechanisms used to secure communication with web sites: OpenSSL. The underlying problem is a programming error with fatal consequences. The technical background is analysed by ENISA in a new flash note.
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Report/Study Flash Note: The BASH Shellshock Bug
Last week a serious, remotely exploitable vulnerability was discovered in the widely deployed Bourne Again Shell (BASH). The technical background is analysed by ENISA in a new flash note.
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Lisbon hosts European eHealth cybersecurity conference
On 15 November 2017, the third eHealth Security Conference on ‘Protecting the Hospital of Tomorrow’ was held at the Faculty of Dental Medicine of the University of Lisbon. The event was co-organized by the EU Cybersecurity ENISA and the Portuguese Ministry of Health – Shared Services Directorate.
Located in News / ENISA News
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Denmark launches six new sectoral cyber and information strategies
January 7th, the Danish Government announced a set of new strategies aimed at intensifying efforts against cyber-attacks within six sectors that provide essential services to society.
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ENISA survey: Security requirements of online search engines and market places
ENISA launches a survey to identify the security measures and practices used by online search engines and market places (ex. eBay, Amazon, playstore and other) as part of the study it is conducting in the field.
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