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Report/Study Octet Stream Impact evaluation on the implementation of Article 13a incident reporting scheme within EU
As several years have passed since the publication and implementation of the Framework Directive 2009/140 including Art. 13a, an impact evaluation of the new article was necessary. The evaluation has the purpose of assessing the changes in outcome that can directly be attributed to the provision of Art. 13a, the effects caused by this particular set of obligations within the Telecom Package. The evaluation focused on 5 key areas, where we tried to identify possible outcomes.
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Press Release New report: Data Breach Notifications in Europe
The EU’s ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA, (the European Network and Information Security Agency) has today issued a report on Data Breach Notifications. The EU data breach notification (DBN) requirement for the electronic communications sector in the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC) is vital to increase in the long term the level of data security in Europe. The Agency has reviewed the current situation and identified the key concerns of both the telecom operators and the Data Protection Authorities (DPA)s in its new report.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Analysis of security measures deployed by e-communication providers
The aim of this document is to provide an overview of good practices as regards security measures that are deployed by electronic communication providers in Europe
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Annual report Trust Services Security Incidents 2018
ENISA releases its annual report on trust services security incidents.
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Report/Study Article 19 Incident reporting
The focus of this document is the implementation of incident reporting and it aims at supporting the su-pervisory bodies in being aligned with obligations set out in Article 19. The Article 19 incident reporting framework has been prepared in consultation with the members of the expert group and reviewed by the private sector and the Forum of European Supervisory Authorities for Electronic Signatures (FESA) as well. Based on this document, ENISA has developed an on-line tool (CIRAS-T) to facilitate the procedure.
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Spotlight on incident reporting of telecom security and trust services
The European Agency for Cybersecurity releases today a new visual tool to increase transparency about cybersecurity incidents.
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Exploring Cloud Incidents
ENISA publishes a paper on "Exploring cloud incidents" introducing an analysis of the current approaches to conduct a post mortem analysis of an incident, occurring in a cloud environment.
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Report/Study Annual report Telecom security incidents 2017
The Annual report Telecom security incidents 2017 is the 7th annual report about significant outage incidents in the EU electronic communications sector. The legal framework for this incident reporting process is Article 13a of the Framework Directive (2009/140/EC).
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Guidelines on Incident Notification for Digital Service Providers
ENISA publishes a comprehensive guideline on how to implement incident notification requirements for Digital Service Providers, in the context of the NIS Directive.
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