Electronic public communication networks are a critical component of the life of millions of European citizen. These networks represent the fabric of the future information society and provide the means for the single digital market. For 2014 studies on security and resilience of communication networks focusing on Critical Information Infrastructure and Internet infrastructure, ENISA organized the annual validation workshop in Koln, Germany the 26th of September 2014.
Morning - Presentation of the findings 2014 ENISA studies:
- Methodologies for the identification of Critical information infrastructure assets and services - preliminary findings
- Threat landscape of the physical and logical layers of the Internet infrastructure - preliminary findings
- Validation session
Afternoon - Focus on Internet Infrastructure Security and Resilience - Guests Presentations:
- Amplification DDoS Attacks - Marc Kührer - Ruhr-University Bochum - slide deck
- Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) aka Routing Resilience Manifesto - Andrei Robachevsky - Internet Society - slide deck
ENISA would like to thank all speakers, participants and eco - Association of the German Internet Industry for hosting the workshop.
Previous ENISA work on Internet Infrastructure
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