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Report/Study National eIDs in pan-European e-Government Services
Since the beginning of the 21st century, European Member States have been planning, developing and implementing new solutions to offer electronic services to citizens and businesses on a digital platform in order to improve administrative efficiency, accessibility and user-friendliness and, above all, reduce costs. Policy makers and experts agreed on the desirability of finding solutions that would allow all stakeholders to work together across (digital) borders, while respecting the autonomy of the Member States. One of the directions taken defined a model, which included levels of authentication. ENISA reviewed the authentication levels and their mapping to public electronic services in the eGovernment programme framework, which require an authentication of the user (security services
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Report/Study Recommendations for QTSPs based on Standards - Technical guidelines on trust services
Following the publication of the eIDAS Regulation, a set of secondary and co-regulatory acts had to be published in order to provide technical guidance on how to implement the specific requirements of the eIDAS Regulation (in the TSP part of eIDAS, the European Commission decided to publish only the mandatory ones). ENISA aimed to develop a concise set of technical guidelines implementing the eIDAS Regulation in the non-mandatory articles, for voluntary use of all stakeholders, including Trust Service Providers, Supervisory Bodies and Conformity Assessment Bodies. The objective of this document is to provide guidelines for fulfilling requirements originating from the following articles of the eIDAS Regulation:
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Security guidelines on the appropriate use of qualified electronic registered delivery services
This document addresses qualified electronic registered delivery services and is one out of a series of five documents which aim to assist parties wishing to use qualified electronic signatures, seals, time stamps, eDelivery or website authentication certificates to understand the subject correctly as-well-as the potential benefits, amongst others, by giving examples of possible applications. This series of documents also aims to give those parties some advice on how to correctly use the related qualified trust services.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Security guidelines on the appropriate use of qualified website authentication certificates
This document addresses qualified certificates for website authentication and is one out of a series of five documents which aim to assist parties wishing to use qualified electronic signatures, seals, time stamps, eDelivery or website authentication certificates to understand the subject correctly as-well-as the potential benefits, amongst others, by giving examples of possible application. This series of documents also targets to give those parties some advice on how to correctly use the related qualified trust services.
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File chemical/x-pdb Die EU Agentur für Netz- und Informationssicherheit ENISA fordert sicheres E- Banking und E-Payment: Nicht replizierbare, einmalige Anmeldedaten für Web Identitäten sind in der Finanzbranche erforderlich
Unterschiedliche Token, Geräte, Mobiltelefone, elektronische Signaturen, etc. werden verwendet, um unsere E- Identitäten zu authentifizieren. Dennoch gibt es Finanzinstitute, die die Gefahren eines unzureichenden Authentifizierungsmechanismus immer noch nicht berücksichtigen, wie eine neue Studie der EU Agentur ENISA belegt.
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File Octet Stream Vertrauenswürdige elektronische Signaturen, sichere E -Regierung und Vertrauen: der richtige Weg, um das Vertrauen der EU-Bürger in Web-Services zu verbessen, dargestellt von der EU- Agentur ENISA
Die EU Agentur für Netz- und Informationssicherheit, ENISA, wird eine Reihe von neuen Studien über die aktuellen Sicherheitspraktiken von Trust-Service-Provider (TSPs) und Empfehlungen für die Verbesserung grenzüberschreitender Vertrauenswürdigkeit und Interoperabilität für die neu geregelten TSPs und für E-Regierungs-Dienste, die diese nutzen, veröffentlichen.
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File ECMAScript program L’Agence européenne de cyber-sécurité ENISA plaide pour des services bancaires en ligne et des paiements électroniques sécurisés : il faut des identifiants non reproductibles et non réutilisables pour les documents d’identité numérique dans le secteur fin
Divers types de jetons, de dispositifs, de téléphones mobiles, de signatures électroniques, etc. sont utilisés pour authentifier notre identité numérique. Pourtant, selon une nouvelle étude effectuée par l’Agence de cyber-sécurité européenne ENISA, certaines institutions financières ne tiennent toujours pas compte des risques liés aux mécanismes d’authentification inappropriés.
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File Troff document Signatures électroniques sécurisées, cybergouvernement fiable et confiance : l’Agence ENISA de l’UE montre la voie pour renforcer la confiance des citoyens envers les services internet
L’Agence européenne de cybersécurité ENISA publie une série de nouvelles études qui analysent les pratiques existantes des prestataires de service de confiance (PSCO) et proposent des recommandations afin d’améliorer les relations de confiance et la bonne interopérabilité à l’échelle internationale entre les futures PSCO, qui bénéficieront de nouvelles régulations, et les services du cybergouvernement qui en font usage.
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File chemical/x-rosdal La Agencia de ciberseguridad de la UE (ENISA) demanda una banca electrónica y unos pagos electrónicos más seguros: el sector financiero necesita identidades electrónicas con unas credenciales no replicables y de uso único
A la hora de autenticar nuestras identidades electrónicas, utilizamos distintos tipos de fichas, dispositivos, teléfonos móviles, firmas electrónicas, etc. Y aún así, según un nuevo estudio realizado por ENISA, la Agencia de ciberseguridad de la UE, algunas instituciones financieras continúan sin tener en cuenta el riesgo que suponen los mecanismos de autenticación inadecuados.
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File chemical/x-molconn-Z Firmas electrónicas fiables, una administración electrónica segura y confianza: la agencia europea ENISA muestra la manera de mejorar la confianza de los ciudadanos de la UE en los servicios web.
ENISA, la agencia de ciberseguridad de la UE, publica una serie de nuevos estudios en torno a las actuales prácticas de seguridad de los Proveedores de Servicios de Confianza (TSP, por sus siglas en inglés), así como recomendaciones para mejorar la fiabilidad y la interoperabilidad transfronteriza de los nuevos TSP regulados y de los servicios de administración electrónica que los utilizan.
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