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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 Trust Services Security Incidents 2018 - Annual report
The annual report on Trust Services Security Incidents 2018 gives an aggregated overview of security breaches, showing root causes, statistics and trends. It marks the third round of security incident reporting for the EU’s trust services sector. The annual summary reporting for 2018 totalled 18 incident reports, i.e. incidents with significant impact on the trust services.
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Acceptance of eIDAS audits: Global or local?
ENISA has published a new report to explore the paths to global acceptance of the eIDAS auditing framework for trust service providers (TSPs) issuing qualified website authentication certificates (QWACs).
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Press Release ENISA publishes annual report on trust services security incidents 2017
ENISA publishes the first full-year annual report on security incidents with electronic trust services, covering 2017.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program eIDAS: Overview on the implementation and uptake of Trust Services
In the context of the eIDAS Regulation, ENISA conducted a study to present an overview of the implementation and uptake of Trust Services defined in the eIDAS Regulation one year after adoption to the new regime, and analyse the new opportunities and incentives introduced in the European Trust Services market.
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Scaling new heights: Implementation and Uptake of Trust Services under the eIDAS Regulation
A survey recently carried out by ENISA marks the positive tendency of Trust services to break through the barriers of large-scale business transformation processes in such applications as finance, healthcare and beyond.
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Press Release ECMAScript program A digital Europe built on trust – ENISA guidelines on uptake of Qualified Trust Services
ENISA has developed a concise set of six technical guidelines on trust services with the purpose of providing technical guidance and promoting the uptake of qualified trust services (QTS).
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Report/Study Guidelines on Supervision of Qualified Trust Services - Technical guidelines on trust services
This document is one deliverable out of a series whose objective is to propose guidelines aimed at facilitating the implementation of the provisions related to trust services of the eIDAS Regulation in the area of qualified trust services. It document proposes guidelines on supervision of qualified trust service providers pursuant to Art.20 of the eIDAS Regulation.
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Report/Study Guidelines on Initiation of Qualified Trust Services - Technical guidelines on trust services
This document is one deliverable out of a series whose objective is to propose guidelines aimed at facilitating the implementation of the provisions related to trust services of the eIDAS Regulation in the area of qualified trust services. It proposes guidelines on initiation of qualified trust services pursuant to Art.21.1 of the eIDAS Regulation and should be read together with the one that proposes guidelines on supervision of qualified trust service providers.
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Report/Study Guidelines on Termination of Qualified Trust Services
This document proposes guidelines to SB and (Q)TSP aimed at facilitating the implementation of the provisions related to trust services of the eIDAS Regulation in the area of termination of trust services. Termination of QTS is addressed here in a broad sense covering from partial to complete cessation of a QTS. Partial termination includes termination of one or more of (technical) service entries listed in the corresponding trusted list that are (collectively) used to indicate the grant of qualified status for the provision of a specific type of QTS.
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