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Report/Study Involving Intermediaries in Cyber-security Awareness Raising
This document summarises the work carried out to involve intermediaries in cyber-security awareness raising by the European Commission and the European Network and Information Security Agency in cooperation with the United States Department of Homeland Security.
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Report/Study NIS in Education
ENISA's report on Network Information Security (NIS) in Education comes at a time when education and ITC are interrelated and interconnected more than ever. The challenge for the digitally active citizen is to stay informed of the news coming from the dynamic field of ITC and of Information Security in particular.
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Report/Study Public Private Partnerships in Network and Information Security Education
This report focuses on the brokerage of best practices between the public and private sectors aimed at all members of the Network and Information Security Education community in Europe. ENISA is committed to taking the lead in encouraging the exchange of NIS best practices and it follows a strong community-building process for NIS Education stakeholders.
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Report/Study Roadmap for NIS education programmes in Europe
This document continues work from previous activities by suggesting training materials, scenarios and a way forward for implementing the EC roadmap for NIS education in Europe. In doing so, the Agency has recognised the heterogeneous landscape of Europe in this area.
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Report/Study ECMAScript program Status of privacy and NIS course curricula in EU Member States
User Education is key in cyber security. Our work for this report follows up on previous efforts and suggested recommendations from 2014 and 2013. The first objective of this report is to identify gaps between available training courses, certifications and NIS education needs with particular emphasis on ePrivacy. The second objective is to suggest further actions based on the analysed needs of NIS communities in Europe
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8th CERT workshop - Part I
ENISA 8th annual workshop 'CERTs in Europe' - Part I is an opportunity to provide EU national/governamental CERT teams technical specialists hands-on training, and additionally to offer a chance to exchange contacts. Participants get to know and meet again other CERT team members, and share their opinions about best practices and experiences. The workshop is for the EU national/governmental CERT teams free of charge, by invitation only, and is hosted by Agency ARNIEC/RoEduNet, the national research and education network in Romania (
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Report/Study Troff document EISAS Basic toolset
This study describes how EU Member States can deploy the European Information Sharing and Alert System (EISAS) framework for its target group comprised of citizens and small & medium enterprises (SMEs). The report highlights the way to reach citizens with IS awareness by targeting them at work, and also using the UK concept of information sharing communities (WARPs) to reach SMEs as a way forward.
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Report/Study D source code EISAS (enhanced) report on implementation
The 'EISAS (enhanced) report is an implementation plan for further development and deployment of EISAS concept. It's a 'how-to' method for implementing a fully functional EISAS framework until 2013 in the European Union Member States.
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Report/Study EISAS - Enhanced Roadmap 2012
The EISAS Enhanced Roadmap 2012 take account of the results of the EISAS Large scale pilot and foresee the next steps required for a full deployment of EISAS in the EU.
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Report/Study EISAS Deployment feasibility study
EISAS – European Information Sharing and Alerting – has proven to be a great opportunity to enhance collaboration and foster awareness-raising actions across Europe. ENISA helped design EISAS, but now EISAS has to run by itself. The deployment plan presented in this document defines an information sharing concept and infrastructure and an accompanying organisational structure, where ENISA can support the Member States involved, but not drive the initiative.
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