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Report/Study National Exercise - Good Practice Guide
ENISA prepared a good practice guide to assist authorities in Member States to better understand the complexities of exercises and help them prepare local and national ones. This guide was prepared by interviewing experts on exercises throughout the EU and beyond with the aim to identify good practices that were already applied and proved to be effective. This guide examines these practices by first giving an introduction to the subject of exercises, then reviewing the life-cycle of an exercise (identifying, planning, conducting, and evaluating) systematically. Also, the roles of the involved stakeholders are presented. Throughout the guide, good practices are highlighted for easy identification. Still, this guide is but an introduction to many of these issues. To help take readers further, this guide also includes references to some additional materials that can help authorities to organize exercises to help take you further. Beyond the materials, the interviews with experts revealed that there is an enormous wealth of knowledge and experience with exercises from which others can learn. Just as one major benefit of exercises is to build cooperation across the sector, the interviewed experts expressed much interest in cooperation themselves. And for those new to exercises, one of the most effective steps you can take will be to participate with these experts in cooperative efforts across the EU, developing contacts, and asking further questions.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program An evaluation framework for Cyber Security Strategies
ENISA work on the evaluation of National Cyber Security Strategies (NCSS) addressing to policy experts and government officials who design, implement and evaluate an NCSS policy. It aims to be a flexible and pragmatic tool based on principles rather than prescriptive checklists, in alignment with the provisions of the EU Cyber Security Strategy. The evaluation framework developed by ENISA, consists of a logic model presenting a set of steps and a list of possible key performance indicators (KPIs); illustrating the underlying logic of recurring components of NCSS. The suggested KPIs are mapped to the objectives of the evaluation model, making it easier for stakeholders to choose the most useful according to their priorities. 
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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 Good Practice Guide on Information Sharing
The main aim of this guide is to assist Member States and other relevant stakeholders in setting up and running Network Security Information Exchanges in their own countries. Hopefully the guide will pave the way for an accelerated deployment of national NSIE and consequently co-operation among public and private stakeholders at pan European level.
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Report/Study Incentives and Barriers to Information Sharing
Given the acknowledged importance of information sharing, this report sets out findings from a research project into the barriers to and incentives for information sharing in the field of network and information security, in the context of peer-to-peer groups such as Information Exchanges (IE) and Information Sharing Analysis Centres (ISACs).
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ENISA Workshop on Cyber security for IoT in Smart Home Environments
The European Union Agency for Network and Information security (ENISA) is organising a one day conference focused on Cyber Security for the Internet of Things (IoT) in Smart Home Environments.
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ENISA Workshop on Cyber security for Public Transport in Smart Cities
The European Union Agency for Network and Information security (ENISA) is organising a one day conference focused on Cyber Security for Public Transport in Smart Cities.
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Report/Study chemical/x-pdb Information sharing and common taxonomies between CSIRTs and Law Enforcement
This Report on Information Sharing and Common Taxonomies between CSIRTs and Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) was produced at the initiative of ENISA with the objective to enhance cooperation both between the Member States (MS) of the EU and between related Network and Information Security (NIS) communities. With this study, which is a continuation of ENISA’s work done in the area of fight against cybercrime, ENISA aims at identifying which information can be shared between CSIRTs and LEAs and how this can be achieved from a technical and organisational perspective.
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Report/Study Cyber Security Information Sharing: An Overview of Regulatory and Non-regulatory Approaches
This study aims to present the regulatory and non-regulatory approaches of EU Member States as well as EEA and EFTA countries to share information on cyber incidents, the different sector regulation challenges of managing cyber security issues, and their key practices in addressing them. The study identifies three types of approaches to share information on cyber security incidents: 1) traditional regulation; 2) alternative forms of regulation, such as self- and co-regulation; 3) other approaches to enable information sharing, such as information and education schemes.
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Report/Study Definition of Cybersecurity - Gaps and overlaps in standardisation
This document analyses the usage of this term by various stakeholders and reviews standardisation activities in the area of Cybersecurity, providing an overview of overlaps and gaps in available standards. It has been written by CSCG and ENISA experts as a response to the Recommendation #2 and forms a logical entity together with the response to the CSCG Recommendation #1, Governance framework of the European standardisation – Aligning Policy, Industry and Research, published by ENISA at the same time.
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