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Press Release ECMAScript program A digital Europe built on trust – ENISA guidelines on uptake of Qualified Trust Services
ENISA has developed a concise set of six technical guidelines on trust services with the purpose of providing technical guidance and promoting the uptake of qualified trust services (QTS).
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Acceptance of eIDAS audits: Global or local?
ENISA has published a new report to explore the paths to global acceptance of the eIDAS auditing framework for trust service providers (TSPs) issuing qualified website authentication certificates (QWACs).
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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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Annual Report on Trust Services Security Incidents in 2019
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity releases today the 2019 Annual Report on Trust Services Security Incidents.
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Article 13a Expert Group convened by ENISA for its 31st meeting
The EU telecom security authorities meet to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on network resilience, 5G security and security supervision under the EECC.
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Report/Study chemical/x-pdb Conformity assessment of Trust Service Providers - Technical guidelines on trust services
Through this document, ENISA is supporting both Trust Service Providers and Conformity Assessment Bodies in the audit activities by presenting the auditing framework. It aims at helping Trust Service Providers fulfil the requirements defined by the eIDAS Regulation (Articles 20 and 21) as requested by Supervisory Bodies in order to grant the qualified status to a Trust Service Provider and its provided trust service(s).
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Cross recognition of national eID schemes in the EU: one-step forward
As from 29 September 2018, the eIDAS Regulation creates new impetus across EU Member States (MS) as the latter will be obliged to recognise national systems of other MS, which have been notified to the European Commission and comply with eIDAS.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program eIDAS: Overview on the implementation and uptake of Trust Services
In the context of the eIDAS Regulation, ENISA conducted a study to present an overview of the implementation and uptake of Trust Services defined in the eIDAS Regulation one year after adoption to the new regime, and analyse the new opportunities and incentives introduced in the European Trust Services market.
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Press Release ENISA publishes annual report on trust services security incidents 2017
ENISA publishes the first full-year annual report on security incidents with electronic trust services, covering 2017.
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Report/Study Guidelines on Initiation of Qualified Trust Services - Technical guidelines on trust services
This document is one deliverable out of a series whose objective is to propose guidelines aimed at facilitating the implementation of the provisions related to trust services of the eIDAS Regulation in the area of qualified trust services. It proposes guidelines on initiation of qualified trust services pursuant to Art.21.1 of the eIDAS Regulation and should be read together with the one that proposes guidelines on supervision of qualified trust service providers.
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