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Report/Study Emergency Communications Stocktaking
The Emergency Communications Stocktaking project is an initiative of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) to determine how emergency services communicate within their own organisations and with each other in times of emergency or crisis, in order to respond to a serious incident. The aim is to identify how processes and technology might be improved, and to provide guidance to policy makers in Member States and the European Union.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Security and Resilience in eHealth Infrastructures and Services
The aim of this study is to investigate the approaches and measures MS take to protect critical healthcare systems, having as a main goal improved healthcare and patient safety. In that respect this study analyses: - The policy context in Europe and the legislation of the Member States - The perception of the Member States on critical assets in eHealth infrastructures - The most important security challenges - The most common security requirements - Relevant good practices that have been deployed in the MS for eHealth security
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Report/Study Network and Information Security in the Finance Sector
Securing cyberspace and e-communications has become both a governmental and an Industry priority worldwide. The growing relevance of information and communication technologies in the essential functions of the economy has reinforced the necessity of prevention and protection measures in all sectors, naturally including the finance sector. This research aimed at understanding and comparing the obligations relevant to Information Security within the finance sector in most of the EU28 Member States, to compare them with the Industry’s prospects, and to draw a clear vision of important priorities for the future.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Security and Resilience of Smart Home Environments
This study aims at securing Smart Home Environments from cyber threats by highlighting good practices that apply to every step of a product lifecycle: its development, its integration in Smart Home Environments, and its usage and maintenance until end-of-life. The study also highlights the applicability of the security measures to different types of devices. The good practices apply to manufacturers, vendors, solution providers for hardware and software, and developers. It can be used to assess their current security level, and evaluate the implementation of new security measures. European citizens, standardisation bodies, researchers and policy makers could also find an interest in this study.
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ENISA's Workshop on Resilient Internet Interconnections
Reliable communications networks and the Internet in particular are critical to public welfare and economic stability. Attacks, disruptions due to physical phenomena, software and hardware failures, and human errors all endanger the proper functioning of these public infrastructures.
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Report/Study C source code Good Practices Guide for Deploying DNSSEC
Deploying DNSSEC requires a number of security details and procedures to be defined and followed with specific requirements as to timing. This guide addresses these issues from the point of view of information security managers responsible for defining a policy and procedures to secure the DNS services of a company or an organisation, and from the point of view of competent authorities defining or regulating requirements for deployment.
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EQR Issue EQR Q2 2009, vol. 5, no. 2
Information Sharing, Business Risks, Privacy, Wireless Security
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EQR Issue EQR Q1 2009, vol. 5, no. 1
Resilience of Communication Networks - Part II
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EQR Issue EQR Q3 2005, vol. 1, no. 2
Open issue
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EQR Issue EQR Q2 2006, vol. 2, no. 2
Open issue
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