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New National Cyber Security Agenda published by the Netherlands
The Dutch Government has recently published its National Cyber Security Agenda (NCSA).
Located in News / News from the Member States
Discussing the impact of cybersecurity in DSM and EU growth
The impact of cybersecurity in the Digital Single Market (DSM) and an EU perspective on economic growth was presented by ENISA Head of Stakeholder Relations and Administration, Dr Paulo Empadinhas, during the 2016 European Security Conference organised by the ISEG University of Lisbon on the 15th -17th June 2016.
Located in News / ENISA News
File ENISA overview of cybersecurity and related terminology
In this paper ENISA presents an overview of the way the Agency categorises cyber protection.
Located in Publications / ENISA position papers and opinions
File PDF document 2017 04 26 National Liaison Officers Network Update of activities
Located in About ENISA / / Meetings / April 2017
File PDF document 2017 04 26 MT input on presidency
Located in About ENISA / / Meetings / April 2017
ENISA’s Head of Core Operations today at the final of the Austrian Cybersecurity Challenge
Located in News / ENISA News
Info note Malware in Browser Extensions
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Press Release Coming up: European Cyber Security Challenge 2018 in London, UK!
Organised by ENISA and hosted by the Cyber Challenge UK, the 2018 edition of the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC2018) will take place from 15 to 17 October 2018 at the Tobacco Dock in London, United Kingdom.
Located in News / ENISA News
Cybersecurity standardization
Cybersecurity Standardization and the Cybersecurity Act: Where are we today?
Located in Events
Report/Study Economics of Vulnerability Disclosure
Vulnerability disclosure refers to the process of identifying, reporting and patching weaknesses of software, hardware or services that can be exploited. The different actors within a vulnerability disclosure process are subject to a range of economic considerations and incentives that may influence their behaviour. These economic aspects of vulnerability disclosure are often overlooked and poorly understood, but may help explain why some vulnerabilities are disclosed responsibly while others are not. This study serves as a follow up to the 2015 ENISA Good Practice Guide on Vulnerability Disclosure and has the overarching objective to improve the understanding of the economics of vulnerability disclosure by providing a glimpse into the costs, incentives and impact related to discovering and disclosing vulnerabilities
Located in Publications

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