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Supporting the deployment of the EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework
A validation workshop has been delivered by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity to debate with stakeholders on activities in support of the deployment of the EU cybersecurity certification framework.
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Open platform and tools to facilitate the collaboration among Computer Security Incident Response Teams
Collaboration among European Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) has become essential for cyber security operations in Europe.
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Press Release Tips for cybersecurity when buying and selling online
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity has developed 10 tips for SMEs and citizens to stay secure when buying and selling online.
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Report/Study ENISA threat landscape for 5G Networks
This report draws an initial threat landscape and presents an overview of the challenges in the security of 5G networks. Its added value lays with the creation of a comprehensive 5G architecture, the identification of important assets (asset diagram), the assessment of threats affecting 5G (threat taxonomy), the identification of asset exposure (threats – assets mapping) and an initial assessment of threat agent motives. The information produced for this Threat Landscape is based on publicly available information published by 5G standardisation groups and bodies (i.e. ETSI, 3GPP, 5GPPP) and 5G stakeholders such as operators, vendors, national and international organisations. An expert group with experts from mobile operators, vendors, research and European Commission has contributed to ENISA’s work with information on existing 5G material, current developments in the market and research and quality assurance of the current document. Moreover, the members of the NIS CG, European Commission and ENISA have reviewed the current document.
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Building a Stronger Cybersecurity Community: 8th ENISA Industry Event
On 17 February 2020, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity organised its 8th Industry Event in Brussels.
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Press Release ECMAScript program Good practices under the National Cyber Security Strategies
We promote member states innovation in cybersecurity through national cybersecurity strategies.
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Report/Study Good Practices for Security of IoT - Secure Software Development Lifecycle
This ENISA study introduces good practices for IoT security, with a particular focus on software development guidelines for secure IoT products and services throughout their lifetime. Establishing secure development guidelines across the IoT ecosystem, is a fundamental building block for IoT security. By providing good practices on how to secure the IoT software development process, this study tackles one aspect for achieving security by design, a key recommendation that was highlighted in the ENISA Baseline Security Recommendations study which focused on the security of the IoT ecosystem from a horizontal point of view.
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ENISA cybersecurity certification preparation underway
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity is hosting the first meeting to prepare a candidate cybersecurity certification scheme.
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The EU Agency for Cybersecurity endorses the EU Toolbox for 5G Security
Yesterday, the European Commission endorsed a set of measures to mitigate cybersecurity risks related to the rollout of 5G networks. The European Commission also set out a number of next steps, to implement the toolbox. The EU Agency for Cybersecurity played a supporting role in the delivery of the 5G toolbox.
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Report/Study PS document Stock taking of security requirements set by different legal frameworks on OES and DSPs
In order to support organisations in their process of identifying appropriate security measures, based on the provisions of both NISD and GDPR, this report uses as basis the pre-existing ENISA guidance and presents a mapping of already identified security objectives, between the NISD and the GDPR. The report should be used as a starting point for the above-mentioned assessment and is targeted mainly to OESs and DSPs. Following the analysis in Sections 2, 3 and 4, this report concludes that organisations could benefit from a unified risk management framework, specialized sectorial guidance and specialised guidance on emerging privacy and security techniques. It also proposes that a method of cooperation between competent NISD and GDPR authorities as well as a co-ordinated approach on certifications concerning information security issues would be beneficial for the Digital Single Market.
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