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EQR Issue EQR Q3 2009, vol. 5, no. 3
Resilience and Information Sharing, CIIP, Emerging and Future Risks, Skills and Certifications, Awareness and End-User Issues, and Technologies
Located in Publications / ENISA Quarterly Review - Archive / Past Issues
European Cyber Security Month kicks-off with “Cyber Security in the Workplace”
The first week of the European Cyber Security Month focuses on ‘Cyber Security in the Workplace’.
Located in News / ENISA News
Info note Malware in Browser Extensions
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Report/Study Cyber Security Culture in organisations
To assist in promoting both the understanding and uptake of CSC programmes within organisations, this report draws from multiple disciplines, including organisational sciences, psychology, law and cybersecurity. It is complemented by knowledge and experiences gathered from existing CSC programmes implemented within organisations, and contains good practices, methodological tools and step-by-step guidance for those seeking to commence or enhance their organisation’s own Cybersecurity Culture programme.
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Report/Study European Cyber Security Month 2017
For the fifth consecutive year, last October the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) campaign was successfully executed across Europe. The campaign was coordinated and supported by ENISA, the European Commission, Europol’s Cyber Crime Centre (EC3), European Banking Federation, the Estonian Information Systems Authority and cyber security organisations from the Member States.
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File To log or not to log? - Risks and benefits of emerging life-logging applications [Appendix II]
This is the Appendix II Risk Assessment Spreadsheet, accompanying the deliverable "To log or not to log? - Risks and benefits of emerging life-logging applications"
Located in Publications / Life-logging risk assessment
Life-logging risk assessment
"To log or not to log?" Risks and benefits of emerging life-logging applications
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File EU-Agentur ENISA veröffentlicht Bericht über Cyber-Mobbing und Online-"Grooming": 18 Sicherheitsempfehlungen gegen Schlüsselrisiken
Die Europäische Agentur für Netz- und Informationssicherheit ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) hat einen Bericht über Cyber-Mobbing und Online-Grooming (Vorbereitung von sexuellem Missbrauch Minderjähriger) veröffentlicht. Die Agentur warnt in dem Bericht davor, dass Datenmissbrauch (explorative Datenanalyse und Profilerstellung) Minderjährigen schädigen kann. Der Bericht zählt die wichtigsten neuen Risiken auf und liefert 18 nicht-technische Vorschläge, um diese zu minimieren. Ein wesentlicher Vorschlag besteht darin, die Strafverfolgungsbehörden der Mitgliedsländer zu stärken. Andere Vorschläge weisen auf Schutzvorkehrungen hin, die den Bedürfnissen der Cyberaktivitäten von Jugendlichen angepasst sind.
Located in News / ENISA News / PR's in DE
File Troff document „EU-Agentur ENISA widmet sich dem Konzept eines europäischen Monats der Internetsicherheit
Bericht empfiehlt ‚Starthilfe' für ‚europäischen Monat der Internetsicherheit' Die Europäische Agentur für Cybersicherheit ENISA veröffentlichte heute eine neue, detaillierte Durchführbarkeitsstudie für einen europäischen Monat der Internetsicherheit. Die Studie empfiehlt unter anderem ein starkes Engagement der EU-Mitgliedsländer für die erfolgreiche Durchführung eines Monats der Cybersicherheit in Europa.
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File Octet Stream Neue Online-Kampagne der ENISA
Eine Einladung an alle Bürger, das „Gesicht“ des Europäischen Monats der Netz- und Informationssicherheit zu sein
Located in News / ENISA News / PR's in DE

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