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Press Release D source code EU agency ENISA analyses cyber security legislation & spots implementation gaps; incidents remain undetected or not reported
In a new paper the EU ‘cyber security’ agency ENISA takes a snapshot of existing and future EU legislation on security measures and incident reporting. The analysis underlines important steps forward, but also identifies gaps in national implementation, as most incidents are not reported.
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Press Release First annual report of cyber incidents in the EU: 51 severe outages reported over 2011
This year, for the first time in the EU, all Member States have reported on past cyber security incidents to the EU’s ‘cyber security’ agency ENISA and the European Commission. Eleven EU countries reported 51 severe outages of electronic communication networks or services. Today, ENISA publishes the first ever annual report on this, containing an analysis of incidents in 2011.
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Press Release Octet Stream New major incidents in 2012 report by EU cyber security agency ENISA
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) today issued a new report providing an overview of the major outage incidents in the EU in 2012. The aggregated report shows that out of the 79 incidents reports, almost 40% of the incidents affected the possibility of dialling the emergency number “112”. Mobile telephony/mobile Internet was most affected, and disrupted communications for millions of users.
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File Octet Stream Interview regarding the Annual major cyber incidents 2012 report according to Art 13A
With Christoffer Karsberg, expert at ENISA
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File Troff document Interview re 2012 cyber security incidents report
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Press Release ECMAScript program New report with check list of recommendations to the electronic communications sector on how to withstand and act efficiently after power cuts, calling for increased exchange on situational awareness.
The EU’s cyber security Agency ENISA has issued a new report studying network outages caused by power cuts in detail, resulting in key findings and recommendations to the electronic communications sector on how to withstand and act efficiently after power cuts, a key point being to establish better exchange of situational awareness and improved cooperation mechanisms within the sector and with the energy sector.
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File Stormar: Ny EU-rapport med checklista och rekommendationer för hur man ska stå emot och agera effektivt efter strömavbrott; EU-myndigheten ENISA efterlyser ökat samarbete inom e-kommunikationssektorn
EU:s IT-säkerhetsmyndighet ENISA har utfärdat en ny rapport som i detalj studerar nätverksavbrott orsakade av elavbrott. Rapportern identifierar viktiga orsaker, samt rekommendationer för sektorn för elektronisk kommunikation om hur man kan stå emot och agera effektivt efter strömavbrott.
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Press Release Troff document System failures cause most large outages of electronic communications services according to a new ENISA report
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) publishes today the third annual report about large-scale outages in the electronic communication sector.
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Press Release Troff document Software bugs and hardware failures disrupt telephony and internet access - ENISA Annual Incidents Report
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Press Release Increasing the resilience of Europe’s telecommunication infrastructures through Incident Reporting
A recent ENISA report analyses how mandatory incident reporting schemes have improved resilience and security in the EU telecoms sector.
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