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Press Release Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility: 2018 European Cyber Security Month kicks off
The sixth edition of the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) kicks off today across the EU. The EU Cybersecurity Agency ENISA, the European Commission and over 200 partners from all over Europe will run this campaign throughout the whole month of October.
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Top Tips for Cybersecurity when Working Remotely
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity's Executive Director, Juhan Lepassaar shares his top tips for teleworking in times of Covid-19.
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Report/Study Troff document European Cyber Security Month 2015 - Deployment Report
ECSM 2015 focused on Member States of the EU and EU partners. The project life cycle included coordinators calls, face-to-face meetings, periodic news updates, European Kick-off event, trainings and education seminars, website resources and weekly publication of materials. This report: 1. Presents the preparatory work, materials published and results achieved; 2. Carries out an objective evaluation; 3. Draws conclusions that can be used in future editions of the ECSM.
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Report/Study Troff document European Cyber Security Month - Deployment report
ECSM is an EU advocacy campaign that promotes cyber security among citizens and advocates for change in the perception of cyber-threats by promoting data and information security, education, sharing of good practices and competitions. The objective of this report is to: 1. Present this preparatory work; 2. Carry out an objective evaluation by setting up an external survey open to the ECSM coordinators; 3. Draw conclusions that can be used in future editions of the ECSM.
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Report/Study Pascal source code Roadmap for European Cyber Security Month
The European Cyber Security Month 2013 took place in October in 27 countries. By consulting this report the reader will be introduced to the context of ECSM deployment, the policy context, the stakeholder model of engagement, the activities that were implemented and the results of the fully fledged EU advocacy campaign on NIS topics. This report presents the model of building together a joint EU advocacy campaign, a campaign on cybersecurity topics of interest for all digital citizens, and at the same time for institutions and Small Medium Enterprises.
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Report/Study text/texmacs Be Aware, Be Secure. Synthesis of the results of the first European Cyber Security Month
The report provides a synthesis of the results of the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) which took place as a pilot project across Europe throughout last October 2012. The report gives an overview of the security-related weeks organised at national level by the eight participating countries - the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and the United Kingdom -; describes the role played by ENISA as coordinator of the organisation of the ECSM; and finally identifies a set of lessons learned which could be applied to future ECSMs. This publication will be available soon in e-book format.
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Report/Study C header European Month of Network and Information Security for All - A feasibility study (EN)
The report carries out a feasibility study containing an analysis by examining the possible implementation of a ‘European security month’ in addition to an overview of the prevailing elements of security days/weeks organised at national level across Europe. To this end, ENISA established a virtual working group.
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Report/Study Brokerage model for Network and Information Security in Education
By publishing the Brokerage model for Network & Information Security (NIS) in Education report, we aim to provide content and promote digital education on network and information security at all levels. The target group is composed of educators such as trainers, teachers and peers involved in formal education and non-formal education, including lifelong learning.In our current brokerage effort we try to connect the nodes in the best way possible by presenting three case studies with countries perspective, from the Czech Safer Internet Centre (NCBI), ‘Strategy of community education in project — Prague safe online’, from German partners, the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), ‘10th anniversary of the Safer Internet Day provides an opportunity to increase awareness’, and from Norwegian partners, ‘Norwegian Centre for Information Security’. Furthermore we open a discussion about hacking. ‘Hacking for good or for bad’ is a case study to advance the use of appropriate terms by the NIS in Education community, taking into account the particularity of the given ecosystem. In order to raise awareness of our target group we share the view that everybody should take part in the discussion and share the responsibility of a secure global digital community.
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Report/Study Collaborative Solutions For Network Information Security in Education
This report, ‘Collaborative Solutions For Network Information Security in Education’, is a continuation of the work undertaken in 2011 which resulted in the publication of the report ‘Network Information Security in Education: Consolidated ENISA contribution’. This report explores ways in which educators can get full use out of information technologies while promoting and providing education on the importance of network information security.
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EU-U.S. event on intermediaries in cybersecurity awareness raising
The aim of the event was to get all potential intermediaries together to exchange experiences both from EU and U.S. side
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