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Behavioural aspects of cybersecurity

Technical cybersecurity measures do not exist in a vacuum and need to operate in harmony with people. Against this backdrop, ENISA publishes a report comprising four evidence-based reviews of human aspects of cybersecurity: two based on the use and effectiveness of models from social science, one on qualitative studies, and one on current practice within organisations.

New ENISA office inaugurated in Heraklion – Crete, Greece

On 1 April 2019, the Executive Director of ENISA, Udo Helmbrecht, the Secretary General of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media, Vasilis Maglaras, the Regional Councillor of Crete, Giorgos Alexakis on behalf of the Governor of Crete Region Stavros Arnaoutakis, and the Chairman of the Board of Directors at FORTH Nektarios Tavernarakis inaugurated the new office of ENISA located in Heraklion, Crete.

ENISA supports CSIRT-CY in maturity assessment

On 7 March 2019, certified experts from ENISA, together with representative from the National Cybersecurity Centre of Portugal concluded the peer review process of assessing maturity level of National CSIRT of The Republic of Cyprus.

CSIRTs and incident response capabilities in Europe

As part of its continuous efforts to assist the EU Member States with their incident response capabilities, ENISA publishes a study on the recent and current evolution of Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) and Incident Response (IR) capabilities in Europe.

ENISA celebrates Safer Internet Day

Today the EU Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA celebrates Safer Internet Day. The Agency has been an active supporter of Safer Internet Day for over nine years, and has launched several studies related to the subject matter, on privacy and security in personal data clouds and cyber hygiene practices.

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