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Recommendation on the usage of community and public cloud computing services in Hungary, defined by Magyar Nemzeti Bank
Magyar Nemzeti Bank, that is the central bank of Hungary, published its updated recommendation on the usage of community and public cloud computing services in May 2019.
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Towards secure convergence of Cloud and IoT
ENISA publishes today a short paper aiming to identify and tackle the security challenges that the IoT ecosystem brings to Cloud and vice-versa.
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Report/Study Troff document Towards secure convergence of Cloud and IoT
The aim of this work is to provide a high-level overview on the security issues to IoT developers and IoT integrators that make use of IoT Cloud Computing and Cloud service Providers (CSPs) of IoT Cloud offerings.
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Security Measures for Digital Service Providers
ENISA publishes its study on technical guidelines for the implementation of minimum security measures for Digital Service Providers (DSPs).
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Report/Study Technical Guidelines for the implementation of minimum security measures for Digital Service Providers
ENISA has issued this report to assist Member States and DSPs in providing a common approach regarding the security measures for DSPs. This particular initiative has been achieved by examining current information and network security practices for the DSPs across the EU. It has brought light to some important findings that can add to existing security objectives and measures in information technology infrastructures in Europe.
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ENISA study on the security aspects of virtualization
The report provides an analysis on the current status of security of virtualization, by presenting current technologies affected, risks, efforts, gaps, and the impact the latter have on environments based on virtualization technologies.
Located in News / ENISA News
Join ENISA study on cloud security and eHealth
ENISA, using its prior knowledge on cloud security, launches a study on cloud and eHealth.
Located in News / ENISA News
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 text/texmacs Exploring Cloud Incidents
The use of cloud computing technologies is gaining increased popularity and quickly becoming the norm. At the same time, the cloud service providers (CSP) are not always able to keep up the pace with new technologies. This also affects forensic analysis of incidents in these systems. With this paper, ENISA aims to give an overview of the current status of the forensic analysis techniques and processes of cloud incidents.
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