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When & How to Report Security Incidents
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) releases new guidelines to facilitate the reporting of security incidents by national telecom security authorities.
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Report/Study C++ source code Technical Guideline on Incident Reporting under the EECC
This document describes the formats and procedures for cross border reporting and annual summary reporting under Article 40 of the EECC. Paragraph 2 of Article 40 describes three types of incident reporting: 1) National incident reporting from providers to CAs, 2) Ad-hoc incident reporting between CAs and ENISA, and 3) Annual summary reporting from CAs to the EC and ENISA. The focus of this guideline is on the 2nd and 3rd type of reporting: ad-hoc reporting and annual summary reporting.
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ENISA Report Highlights Resilience of Telecom Sector in Facing the Pandemic
ENISA is releasing its ‘Telecom Security During a Pandemic’ report at the 32nd meeting of EU telecom security authorities. Underlining the current strength of the sector in the face of the pandemic, the report also calls for increased cooperation, as telecommunications become more and more essential for Europe’s society and economy.
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Report/Study Telecom Services Security Incidents 2019 Annual Analysis Report
Security incident reporting has been part of the EU’s telecom regulatory framework since the 2009 reform of the telecom package, Article 13a of the Framework directive (2009/140/EC) came into force in 2011. The incident reporting in Article 13a focuses on security incidents with significant impact on the operation of services, i.e. outages of the electronic communication networks and/or services. The 2019 annual summary reporting contains reports about 153 incidents submitted by national authorities from 28 EU Member States and EFTA countries.
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Press Release A billion user hours lost in EU telecoms due to security incidents in 2019
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity publishes the 9th annual report on telecom security incidents.
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Annual Report on Trust Services Security Incidents in 2019
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity releases today the 2019 Annual Report on Trust Services Security Incidents.
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Report/Study Troff document Trust Services Security Incidents 2019 Annual Analysis Report
This report gives an aggregated overview of Trust Services Security Incidents in 2019, showing root causes, statistics and trends. It marks the fourth round of security incident reporting for the EU’s trust services sector. The annual summary reporting for 2019 totalled 32 incident reports. A total of 27 EU countries and 2 EFTA countries take part in annual summary reporting.
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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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