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News Flash/Statement re; 16 Million e-identities & passwords theft
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Report/Study On the security, privacy and usability of online seals
This report analyses the conditions under which online security and privacy seals (OSPS) can be deployed to support users to make an informed trust decision about Web services and their providers with respect to the provided security and privacy. This report is motivated by the numerous policy documents, that mention marks, seals, logos, icons, (collectively referred as OSPS) as a mean enabling users to judge on the trustworthiness of services offered on the Web.
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Overview from ENISA's Trust Services Forum 2016
The 2016 edition focused on emerging issues related to trust services across Europe, as the date of entry of the provisions related to trust services of the eIDAS Regulation approaches, coming into force on July 1st 2016.
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Press Release Position Paper: security risks, online banking and eID cards
ENISA launches new Position Paper on security risks in online banking through European eID cards
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ENISA workshop presentation
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Press Release D source code Privacy and eID
Citizen data protection in focus - ENISA on privacy in national eID cards: Europe needs a strategy The EU Agency ENISA [the European Network and Information Security Agency] today launched its Position Paper on security features in European eID schemes. The paper gives the first overview of the vast disparity between privacy features in eID cards across Europe. eID cards are currently used mainly for tax declarations and other e-government services, but applications are branching out into the commercial sector. At the same time, Europe lacks a coordinated strategy for how to protect the private data stored by the card, which is both an obstacle to eID interoperability and limits its acceptance by the users. This analysis sets the stage for a privacy baseline in European eID cards.
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Privacy and Network Information Security in Education
Every year in Brussels, CPDP gathers policy makers, academics, computer scientists, consultants, practitioners and activists from all over the world to exchange ideas and discuss emerging issues in information technology, privacy, data protection and law. CPDP has been growing progressively since its inception in terms of speakers, participants and panels. Ambitions for CPDP 2014 are higher than ever, and we aim to stage more than 40 panels and workshops (with a stimulating mix of academics, practitioners, regulators and advocates), as well as multiple side events (such as open debates, Pecha-Kucha performances and artistic interventions).
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Report/Study Privacy considerations of online behavioural tracking
Internet users are being increasingly tracked and profiled and their personal data are extensively used as currency in exchange for services. It is important that this new reality is better understood by all stakeholders if we are to be able to support and respect the right for privacy.
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Press Release Troff document Privacy revisited: clearer icons, standards and evaluation of online seals are needed for online trust
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