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2014 Honeynet Project Workshop
The 2014 Honeynet Project Security Workshop is organized by the non-profit Honeynet Project (http://www.honeynet.org) with the support of CERT Polska/NASK and ENISA supporting Poland in hosting this international event.
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10th CERT Workshop
ENISA 10th annual workshop 'CERTs in Europe' is an event aimed at providing EU national/governmental CERT teams' technical specialists with a training, sharing and discussion opportunity about the latest developments and challenges with regard to CERT capabilities whilst offering the participants a chance to build and strengthen personal contacts. Participants get to know and meet their peers from different countries, and share their opinions about best practices and experiences from their daily work.
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Report/Study chemical/x-pdb Introduction to Return on Security Investment
As for any organization, CERTs need to measure their cost-effectiveness, to justify their budget usage and provide supportive arguments for their next budget claim. But organizations often have difficulties to accurately measure the effectiveness and the cost of their information security activities. The reason for that is that security is not usually an investment that provides profit but loss prevention. So what is the right amount an organization should invest in protecting information?
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Report/Study Pascal source code Impact Analysis and Roadmap
This report represents the outcome of an impact assessment of ENISA’s support to Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) for the period 2005 until today. The impact assessment has served as a basis for a proposed roadmap to 2020. The key objectives of the study are to: take stock of ENISA achievements in relation to European CERTs, and in light of relevant policy documents; perform an impact analysis of ENISA’s achievements with regard to CERTs and other operational communities, and provide a roadmap for the period leading up to 2020 based on the results of the impact analysis.
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Report/Study PS document CERT Operational Gaps and Overlaps
This document analyses the operational gaps and overlaps of national/governmental CERTs and provides some reccomendations. Recommendations made in this report represent the results of the analysis of input gathered from the relevant external stakeholders (European CERTs) and give additional ideas for ENISA experts to consider when planning future ENISA activities.
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Report/Study Secure Communication with the CERTs & Other Stakeholders
The main objective of the project “Secure Communications with the CERTs and other Stakeholders”, which is one of the ENISA activities related to reinforcing communications between CERTs in the Member States, is the preparation work for a report on secure communication channel(s) with the CERTs and other stakeholders and a roadmap for implementation and future development. THIS CONCISE REPORT AIMS AT PROVIDING AN OUTLINE OF THE RESULTS OF THIS PROJECT.
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Report/Study Pascal source code EISAS Roadmap
The EISAS Roadmap provide the direction to further the development and deployment of the European Information Sharing and Alert System (EISAS). It has been produced by ENISA upon request of the EU Commission as communicated in the Communication on Critical Information Infrastructure Protection - COM (2009)149.
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Report/Study Troff document EISAS Basic toolset
This study describes how EU Member States can deploy the European Information Sharing and Alert System (EISAS) framework for its target group comprised of citizens and small & medium enterprises (SMEs). The report highlights the way to reach citizens with IS awareness by targeting them at work, and also using the UK concept of information sharing communities (WARPs) to reach SMEs as a way forward.
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Report/Study D source code EISAS (enhanced) report on implementation
The 'EISAS (enhanced) report is an implementation plan for further development and deployment of EISAS concept. It's a 'how-to' method for implementing a fully functional EISAS framework until 2013 in the European Union Member States.
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Report/Study Troff document EISAS Large-Scale Pilot - Collaborative Awareness Raising for EU Citizens & SMEs
To continually raise the level of cyber security awareness of all citizens and businesses, the European Commission decided to promote a collaborative approach for awareness raising in Europe. Introduced in 2006, EISAS, the European Information Sharing and Alert System, aims to enhance the cooperation of Member States in their work to reach out to citizens and SMEs with relevant security information. In 2012 ENISA has run a Large Scale Pilot project. The EISAS Large Scale Pilot Report, details its successful actions, and identifies the cost-effectiveness of European awareness raising collaboration, while the EISAS Updated Roadmap foresee future actions for EISAS.
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