Active procurements

Calls for Tender

New functionalities for Open Cyber Situational Awareness Machine (OpenCSAM)

Deadline: 2019-02-21

OPEN Tender procedure

Service contract - max budget of €100.000,00

The objective of the 'Open Cybersecurity Situation Awareness Machine' is to optimize the production of cybersecurity situation awareness reports, by applying Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) techniques for the automatic classification and generation of documents.

The OpenCSAM prototype developed in 2018 was the first step towards the development of a tool that will produce situation awareness reports to provide readers with an informed view of cybersecurity events over a certain timeframe. The prototype output draws parallels between info related to such events, leveraged from online sources, against background research previously conducted by ENISA and its stakeholders.

The current implemented sources of info are; approx 300 ENISA publications (PDF) embedded inside the tool, as well as websources such as Websites, RSS feeds and Twitter accounts. Its main components are: Back-end: Nginx, ElasticSearch, Jenkins Front-end: Kibana, Covallent, Single Page Application-SPA).

The tender documentation is officially available via the TED 'eTendering' platform which gives exclusive access to the eSubmission portal for submitting your offer - please use this link: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=4374

The documentation is also available below for reference purposes

Offers to be sent electronically using 'e-Submission' ONLY.

Supporting Healthcare Security activities

Deadline: 2019-03-25

Framework Contracts with 'Reopening of Competition' - maximum budget €400,000.00 over 3 years

OPEN Tender Procedure

ENISA seeks to contract the services of a minimum of two (2) and maximum of five (5) service providers which can provide support in the field of HEALTHCARE SECURITY services. The successful bidders shall demonstrate significant experience and skills in this field, with emphasis on the aspects dealt with in the annual ENISA Work Programme

The tender documentation will be officially available via the TED 'eTendering' platform (on or around 21 Feb 2019) which gives exclusive access to the eSubmission portal for submitting your offer - please use this link: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=4473

The documentation is also provided below for reference purposes.

 Offers shall be sent electronically using 'e-Submission' ONLY

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Pre Information Notices

Functional and technical requirements for an IT system supporting certification related activities

Deadline: 2019-02-28

Negotiated Procedure - Maximum budget €80.000,00

 The mission of ENISA in the area of the EU cybersecurity certification framework is to pro-actively contribute to the emerging EU framework for the ICT certification of products and services and carry out the drawing up of candidate certification schemes in line with the Cybersecurity Act.

ENISA aims to provide an integrated IT solution for the management of the Cybersecurity Act that will cover all the required processes and interactions of the all involved stakeholders, covering the whole lifecycle of a cybersecurity certification scheme.

 Therefore, as part of its Work Programme 2019, ENISA is looking to contract services that will provide the functional and technical specifications of the IT system that will support the implementation of the EU cybersecurity certification framework. The project will specifically focus on analysing the user requirements stemming out of the provisions of the Cybersecurity Act, providing the functional and technical specifications that will be used at a later stage as input for the future implementation of the IT System that will fully support the whole lifecycle of the EU cybersecurity certification framework.

If you are interested in being invited to take part in this upcoming tender procedure (due to be launched in March 2019), then please 'submit your interest' before the deadline, using the link below.

 

Provision of 3G/4G Mobile Voice and Data communication services

Deadline: 2019-03-01

Framework contract for maximum 3 years - up to €140,000.00

Negotiated Procedure

The purpose of this procurement procedure is to conclude a framework contract with a mobile communications service provider for the provision of 3G and 4G mobile voice and data communication services for the staff of ENISA.

If you are interested in being invited to take part in this upcoming tender procedure, then please 'submit your interest' before the deadline, using the link below.

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Calls for Expression of Interest

CEI – List of NIS Experts

Deadline: 2020-09-08

ENISA seeks to establish a reserve list of subject matter experts, from which collaborators may be selected to assist the Agency in carrying out the work activities foreseen in the yearly Work Programme and particularly in the following fields:

A). Technical expertise in ICTs and emerging application areas

B). ICT Security Standardisation and certification

C). Technical expertise in Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) and CSIRTs Cooperation

D). Legal expertise in NIS

E). NIS aspects of cybercrime

Please download the "Technical Description" file to learn more details about the requirements of the Agency. ENISA welcomes applications from experts from many sectors, i.e. academia, research, industry, EU institutions, International Organisations etc.

Important: To be eligible to apply, you must be a citizen or permanent resident of an EU member state, EEA or Switzerland and be able to be remunerated to a bank account in one of these countries.

PLEASE NOTE: The CEI List of Experts is a tool used solely for the purposes of assessing and identifying suitable external experts for a potential future contractual working relationship with ENISA. It is emphasised that inclusion in the list does NOT mean that you are considered to be an official representative of ENISA or in any way entitled to represent the Agency.

 It therefore follows, by just being invited onto the ENISA List of Experts, that you are not authorised to speak on behalf of ENISA at public forums or present yourself as an ENISA representative/employee/advisor or expert in any way, shape or form (including on Curriculum Vita, social media etc.).

 Any verified breaches of these restrictions may result in your listing being immediately deleted.

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