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Lisbon hosts European eHealth cybersecurity conference
On 15 November 2017, the third eHealth Security Conference on ‘Protecting the Hospital of Tomorrow’ was held at the Faculty of Dental Medicine of the University of Lisbon. The event was co-organized by the EU Cybersecurity ENISA and the Portuguese Ministry of Health – Shared Services Directorate.
Located in News / ENISA News
Report/Study Commonality of risk assessment language in cyber insurance
While several risk assessment languages and frameworks exist in cyber-insurance, the industry has yet to take steps in the direction of harmonisation. This report aims at further investigating this issue by identifying the incentives and barriers for adopting a common framework and to propose recommendations towards the cyber insurance industry and EU policy makers to promote this harmonisation.
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Press Release I say ransomware, you say crypto virus: the cyber-insurance language problem
ENISA publishes ‘Recommendations on cyber-insurance’, a study on the commonality of risk assessment language in cyber-insurance, which proposes recommendations for achieving a higher level of language harmonisation.
Located in News / ENISA News
File PDF document FINAL AGENDA
Located in Events / ENISA eHealth security workshop
A triumphant European Cybersecurity Challenge 2017. See you in 2018!
The fourth edition of the European CyberSecurity Challenge 2017 has concluded successfully.
Located in News / ENISA News
Press Release European Cybersecurity Challenge 2017: ENISA brings together young cyber-talents
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Image PS document Https
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes / Images_Info_notes
Cyber security info note An overview of the Wi-Fi WPA2 vulnerability
This note is meant to inform that a serious vulnerability affecting the Wi-Fi Protected Access II – WPA2 protocol has been discovered, presents the repercussions of a potential attack and offers basic security recommendations.
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Vulnerability of Wi-Fi WPA2 networks
A serious vulnerability affecting the Wi-Fi Protected Access II – WPA2 protocol has been discovered. A potential attack would work against most Wi-Fi network setups e.g. the original WPA, WPA2, and even against networks that only use the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) technique.
Located in News / ENISA News
Image WPA2 security prior to krack
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes / Images_Info_notes

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