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Image ECMAScript program Incidents report 2017 - Root causes
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ENISA holds Article 13a expert group meeting
This week, ENISA held the 24th Article 13a expert group meeting in Vienna.
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Report/Study Annual Incident Analysis Report for the Trust Service Providers
This report provides an analysis and evaluation of the incident reporting procedure in the EU under the Article 19 of the eIDAS Regulation (2014/910/EC). Considering the fact that only the second half of 2016 was applicable and moreover that this was the first time for Supervisory Bodies to perform this exercise, a low volume of reported incidents was expected.
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Annual Incident Analysis Report for the Trust Service Providers
One year after the eIDAS Regulation entered into force, ENISA publishes the first comprehensive overview of the annual summary reporting by the Member States.
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File Annex of Annual Incident Analysis Report for the Telecom Sector Article 13a
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Press Release Malware causes for the first time the longest lasting incidents in Telecoms sector according to new ENISA report
ENISA publishes today the sixth annual report about large-scale outages in the electronic communication sector.
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Report/Study Annual Incident Reports 2016
For the sixth year, ENISA publishes the annual report about significant outage incidents in the European electronic communications sector, which are reported to ENISA and the European Commission under Article 13a of the Framework Directive (2009/140/EC), by the National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) of the different EU Member States. This report covers the incidents that occurred in 2016 and it gives an aggregated analysis of the incident reports about severe outages across the EU.
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ENISA and national supervisory bodies agree reporting scheme on security incidents for European TSPs
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Report/Study Article 19 Incident reporting
The focus of this document is the implementation of incident reporting and it aims at supporting the su-pervisory bodies in being aligned with obligations set out in Article 19. The Article 19 incident reporting framework has been prepared in consultation with the members of the expert group and reviewed by the private sector and the Forum of European Supervisory Authorities for Electronic Signatures (FESA) as well. Based on this document, ENISA has developed an on-line tool (CIRAS-T) to facilitate the procedure.
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Guidelines on Incident Notification for Digital Service Providers
ENISA publishes a comprehensive guideline on how to implement incident notification requirements for Digital Service Providers, in the context of the NIS Directive.
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