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Press Release Troff document ENISA puts Cybersecurity in the driver's seat
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity highlights the importance of cybersecurity for connected cars in a new report.
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Press Release ENISA draws Threat Landscape of 5G Networks 
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity publishes a Threat Landscape for 5G Networks, assessing the threats related to the fifth generation of mobile telecommunications networks (5G).
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Security requirements for operators of essential services and digital service providers
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity publishes a new report assessing security requirements.
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Supporting the fight against cybercrime
The map to the road less traveled: CSIRTs & Law Enforcement cooperation
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ENISA-BEREC Workshop: Implementing the EU 5G toolbox across the Digital Single Market
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, and the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications, BEREC, are organizing a joint workshop on the 27th March in Brussels, Belgium.
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Press Release Securing Personal Data: a risk-based approach
To mark Data Protection Day 2020 on 28 January, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity launches an online platform to assist in the security of personal data processing; this platform implements a risk-based approach to personal data security as a means to underpin trust.
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Report/Study Good practices in innovation on Cybersecurity under the NCSS
ENISA supports the efforts aimed to enhance the overall level of cybersecurity in the Member States (MS) both at a national and EU level. This report supports that effort by analysing how Member States are approaching innovation as a strategic priority under National Cyber Security Strategies (NCSS). The analysis is structured around several aspects of innovation such as: Innovation Priorities, Industrialisation and Collaboration and Market and Policy. Each of these aspects is at the same time divided into two dimensions. Innovation priorities can be divided into Innovation in technologies and services, and into economic incentives and investments. Industrialisation and collaboration can be divided into industrialisation processes and activities, and stakeholders’ collaboration. Market and Policy can be divided into Market and Technology Alignment and Market regulation. Each dimension can be supported by several activities and mechanisms.
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After cloud…cybersecurity certification: launching the ENISA ad hoc Working Group on Cloud Services
In response to a Commission request concerning a cybersecurity certification scheme for Cloud services, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity established a suitable ad hoc working group.
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ECSM Workshop - 2020
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Telecom Security Authorities meeting in Brussels
Last week the EU Agency for Cybersecurity hosted the 30th Article 13a meeting in Brussels.
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