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Report/Study chemical/x-pdb PSIRT Expertise and Capabilities Development
This study focuses on the Sectoral CSIRT and PSIRT capabilities status and development within the Energy and Health sectors as specified within the NIS directive. A desk research has been conducted, followed by a survey which was answered by 7 PSIRTs and 22 CSIRTs dispatched in 18 EU Member States. The relatively low number of PSIRTs, especially with a scope limited to the Energy and Health sectors, led us to include more CSIRTs, and more sectors in the study. The findings and recommendations still apply to the Energy and Health sectors, but also offer a wider view of the products vulnerability management landscape. As a result, 12 key findings were identified, and 9 recommendations are proposed.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Procurement Guidelines for Cybersecurity in Hospitals
As cybersecurity becomes more of a priority for hospitals, it is essential that it is integrated holistically in the different processes, components and stages influencing the healthcare ICT ecosystem. Procurement is a key process shaping the ICT environment of modern hospitals and, as such, should be at the forefront when it comes to meeting cybersecurity objectives. This report offers cybersecurity guidelines for Hospitals when procuring services, products and infrastructure. All good practices are linked to types of procurement for which they are relevant and to threats which they can mitigate, providing an easy to filter set of practices for hospitals who want to focus on particular aspects.
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Press Release Procurement Guidelines for Cybersecurity in Hospitals: New Online tool for a Customised Experience!
The new tool helps healthcare organisations identify best practices in order to meet cybersecurity needs when procuring products or services.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Cloud Security for Healthcare Services
This study aims to provide Cloud security practices for the healthcare sector and identify security aspects, including relevant data protection aspects, to be taken into account when procuring Cloud services for the healthcare industry. The set of general practices aims to help IT professionals in the healthcare security contexts to establish and maintain Cloud security while selecting and deploying appropriate technical and organisational measures. The identification of relevant threats and risks to Cloud services in the healthcare industry and security and data protection requirements are also covered by the scope of this report. Further objectives include the presentation of informative and practice-oriented use cases and their analysis of relevant threats and Cloud security measures.
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Press Release C header Securing Cloud Services for Health
New report by the EU Agency for Cybersecurity helps healthcare organisations securely adopt cloud services and prepare for cybersecurity challenges.
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6th eHealth Conference - Online Series
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Healthcare’s Cybersecurity Incident Response Spotlighted at European Security Event
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity and the Danish Health Data Authority are joining forces again this month, introducing the final session of the 2020 eHealth Security Conference to examine incident response procedures across Europe’s health system.
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eHealth Security Conference on Covid-19 tracing mobile apps and key findings from session 1
The 1st session of the eHealth Security Conference stressed the need to apply stronger measures to secure the healthcare sector, in view of the Covid-19 pandemic. The next live session will reflect on the cybersecurity concerns for Covid-19 tracing mobile apps, which coincides with the launch of the EC gateway service for national contact tracing and warning apps for the prevention of Covid-19 spreading.
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Press Release ECMAScript program Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Online Conference Series to Address Sector’s Key Cyber Challenges
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity and the Danish Health Data Authority Kick Off European Conference Series on eHealth Security.
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eHealth Security Conference 2020 Online Series #2
Session 2: Cybersecurity in COVID19 tracing mobile apps
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