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Focus article: Information Sharing
Focus article: Information Sharing; interview with Agency Experts.
Located in News / ENISA News
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.
Located in News / ENISA News
For a smarter future; Smart Grids-workshop
The Agency is arranging a workshop in Brussels, on Wednesday 29/02, on the subject of cyber security challenges of Smart Grids.
Located in News / ENISA News
Full overview of cyber security auditing schemes
ENISA has conducted a preliminary study on the auditing frameworks for cyber security measures, providing 7 recommendations/ remarks on the common characteristics of the schemes.
Located in News / ENISA News
Getting the right concept by using the right words: obtaining a common glossary for resilience
A workshop will be held in Brussels on 17th October on ontology and taxonomy for critical information structures, jointly organised by DG Information Society & Media, and ENISA. The objective is to obtain a common glossary to describe resilience.
Located in News / ENISA News
Report/Study Good Practice Guide on Incident Reporting
Given strong commitment by the EU institutions and the Member States to the resilience of public communications networks, ENISA was asked to help Member States and EU institutions to identify good practices in incident reporting schemes. This document addresses many of the issues that Member States will face as they debate, take stock, establish, launch, develop and harmonize their incident reporting systems at national level. The report discusses schemes for reporting incidents that may harm or threaten the resilience and security of public eCommunication networks. It examines the whole lifecycle of a reporting scheme, from the first steps in designing the scheme, through engaging the constituency’s cooperation, setting the reporting procedures, and then management and improvement of the scheme.
Located in Publications
Good Practice Guide on Incident Reporting
The European Commission and Member States pay increasing attention to the resilience of public electronic communications networks. Their aim is to ensure that this infrastructure fulfills its role as a fundamental platform for European societies, economies and institutions. In 2009 ENISA conducted a study and published the Good Practice Guide on incident reporting, to support Member States moving closer to resilience of CIIP.
Located in Topics / / For Telcos / Guidelines
Good Practices for Resilient Internet Interconnections
There may well not be any immediate cause for concern about the resilience of the Internet interconnections, but there is certainly cause for concern about the lack of good information about how it works and how well it might work if something went very badly wrong.
Located in Topics / / Internet Infrastructure / Internet Interconnections
Report/Study C source code Good Practices Guide for Deploying DNSSEC
Deploying DNSSEC requires a number of security details and procedures to be defined and followed with specific requirements as to timing. This guide addresses these issues from the point of view of information security managers responsible for defining a policy and procedures to secure the DNS services of a company or an organisation, and from the point of view of competent authorities defining or regulating requirements for deployment.
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Press Release Troff document Governmental Cloud in the EU - New Agency Report
The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA has launched a new report on Govermental Cloud Computing. The report is targeted at senior managers of public bodies who have to make a security and resilience decision about how to ‘go cloud’, if at all. The main goal of the report is to support governmental bodies in taking informed risk based decisions regarding security of data, resilience of service and legal compliance on their way to the cloud. It highlights also security and resilience pros and cons of community, private and public cloud computing services for public bodies.
Located in News / ENISA News

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