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Report/Study ECMAScript program Situational Report on Microsoft Exchange Vulnerabilities
This ENISA situation report provides an assessment as well as advice and mitigation measures for the MS Exchange vulnerabilities. The threat for the new updates has been assessed as severe and ENISA considers attacks probable and of high risk. The Agency calls on organisations using affected Microsoft Exchange versions to patch the flaws immediately and thoroughly investigate for potential signs of compromise. MS Exchange vulnerabilities once exploited may lead to network compromise, data exfiltration and ransomware attacks. Across the EU, an increasing number of MS Exchange installations have also been found to be the target of malicious attacks.
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Cybersecurity in the Maritime Sector: ENISA Releases New Guidelines for Navigating Cyber Risk
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity provides port operators with a set of good practices to help them identify and evaluate cyber risks, and effectively identify suitable security measures.
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Supporting the deployment of the EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework
A validation workshop has been delivered by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity to debate with stakeholders on activities in support of the deployment of the EU cybersecurity certification framework.
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Report/Study Assessment of ETSI TS 119 403-3 related to eIDAS
This document assesses the eligibility of [ETSI TS 119 403-3], and the standards it builds upon, to be referenced in an implementing act adopted pursuant to Art.20(4) of the eIDAS Regulation. The findings suggest that if certain revisions take place, [ETSI TS 119 403-3] is a good and eligible candidate to be referenced in an implementing act.
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Open platform and tools to facilitate the collaboration among Computer Security Incident Response Teams
Collaboration among European Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) has become essential for cyber security operations in Europe.
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Press Release Tips for cybersecurity when buying and selling online
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity has developed 10 tips for SMEs and citizens to stay secure when buying and selling online.
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Press Release New Guidelines for Telecom and 5G Security
ENISA issues new guidelines to support Europe’s telecom security authorities in implementing the security requirements of the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) and the EU 5G toolbox. The guidelines and associated 5G supplement underline the importance of a common approach to telecom security for the Digital Single Market.
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Ad-Hoc Working Group on Security Operation Centres (SOCs)
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Report/Study ENISA threat landscape for 5G Networks
This report draws an initial threat landscape and presents an overview of the challenges in the security of 5G networks. Its added value lays with the creation of a comprehensive 5G architecture, the identification of important assets (asset diagram), the assessment of threats affecting 5G (threat taxonomy), the identification of asset exposure (threats – assets mapping) and an initial assessment of threat agent motives. The information produced for this Threat Landscape is based on publicly available information published by 5G standardisation groups and bodies (i.e. ETSI, 3GPP, 5GPPP) and 5G stakeholders such as operators, vendors, national and international organisations. An expert group with experts from mobile operators, vendors, research and European Commission has contributed to ENISA’s work with information on existing 5G material, current developments in the market and research and quality assurance of the current document. Moreover, the members of the NIS CG, European Commission and ENISA have reviewed the current document.
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Report/Study Cybersecurity Challenges in the Uptake of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Driving
This report, drafted jointly by ENISA and JRC, aims to provide insights on the cybersecurity challenges specifically connected to the uptake of AI techniques in autonomous vehicles. It describes the policy context at both the European and international levels. It delves then into the technical aspects of AI in the automotive sector, with the aims to better comprehend the technological concerns and to get a sense of the level of integration of AI in AV. This includes an extended description of the areas in which AI plays a role, to ensure the proper implementation of cognitive capabilities inside automotive systems. After this technical presentation, a state-of-the-art literature survey on security of AI in the automotive context. A set of challenges and recommendations is also provided to improve AI security in AVs and mitigate potential threats and risks.
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