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Info note reStructured Text WannaCry Ransomware Outburst
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Press Release WannaCry Ransomware: First ever case of cyber cooperation at EU level
ENISA and several European Member States are currently working together to assess the situation caused by the WannaCry Ransomware at European level.
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Info note AtomBombing – A New Code Injection Attack
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Info note “Mirai” malware, attacks Home Routers
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Dependency of Energy Operators on time sensitive services
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity analyses the cyber risks of the dependency of energy operators on time sensitive services and proposes mitigation measures.
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Info note A Novel and Stealthy Hardware Trojan/Attack
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ENISA issues Smartphone Development Guidelines
ENISA publishes an update of the Smartphone Development Guidelines.
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Press Release Visit of EC VP Ansip at the EU cybersecurity Agency in Greece
European Commission Vice-President Ansip visited the EU Agency for cybersecurity at its premises in Athens today 11th May 2017, for a discussion on its activities and future role in the EU cyber security landscape.
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Press Release ENISA Threat Landscape 2016 report: cyber-threats becoming top priority
ENISA’s Threat Landscape 2016 (ETL 2016) released today is the fifth consecutive yearly report summarizing the top cyber threats encountered in 2016.
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CyLEEx19: Inside a simulated cross-border cyber-attack on critical infrastructure
Today, ENISA and Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre jointly organise the first exercise of its kind to test the EU Law Enforcement Emergency Response Protocol.
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