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Press Release New Guidelines for Telecom and 5G Security
ENISA issues new guidelines to support Europe’s telecom security authorities in implementing the security requirements of the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) and the EU 5G toolbox. The guidelines and associated 5G supplement underline the importance of a common approach to telecom security for the Digital Single Market.
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29th Article 13a telecom security meeting in Belgrade
Last week RATEL, the national communications regulator of Serbia hosted the 29th ENISA Article 13a meeting in Belgrade, Serbia. This was a 2-day meeting of 40 experts from national authorities supervising the telecom sector across Europe.
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Article 13a Expert Group convened by ENISA for its 31st meeting
The EU telecom security authorities meet to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on network resilience, 5G security and security supervision under the EECC.
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Report/Study C++ source code Security Supervision under the EECC
With this report ENISA aims to support EU countries with their transposition, by analysing the main changes to the security requirements and the security supervision under the new rules. The principles of security supervision under the new rules (Article 40 and 41 of the EECC) are a continuation of the old rules (Article 13a and Article 13b of the Framework directive ). As new rules will foster seven important changes, in this report, we propose three key areas where work needs to be done by the national authorities as well as ENISA.
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When & How to Report Security Incidents
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) releases new guidelines to facilitate the reporting of security incidents by national telecom security authorities.
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Press Release Security supervision changes in the new EU telecoms legislation
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity analyses the main changes for telecom security supervision under the new European Electronic Communication Code (EECC).
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Report/Study C++ source code 5G Supplement - to the Guideline on Security Measures under the EECC
This document contains a 5G technology profile which supplements the technology-neutral Guideline on Security Measures under the EECC. The document gives additional guidance to competent national authorities about how to ensure implementation and strengthening of security measures by mobile network operators for mitigation of risks to 5G networks. The supplement focuses on the cybersecurity of 5G networks at the policy level relating to the EU 5G toolbox and at the technical level for new technologies, such as virtualisation, slicing and edge computing.
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Report/Study C++ source code Guideline on Security Measures under the EECC
This document, the Technical Guideline for Security Measures, provides guidance to competent authorities about the technical details of implementing Articles 40 and 41 of the EECC: how to ensure that providers assess risks and take appropriate security measures. The guideline lists 29 high-level security objectives, which are grouped in 8 security domains. For each security objective we list specific detailed security measures which could be taken by providers to reach the security objective. These security measures are grouped in 3 levels of increasing sophistication. We also give examples of evidence, which could be taken into account by an auditor, for example, when assessing if these security measures are actually in place.
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