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Report/Study text/texmacs Guidelines - Cyber Risk Management for Ports
This report aims to provide port operators with good practices for cyber risk assessment that they can adapt to whatever risk assessment methodology they follow. In order to achieve this, this report introduces a four-phase approach to cyber risk management for port operators, which follows common risk management principles and is mapped to the steps of the risk assessment methodology that is laid out in the ISPS Code and relevant EU legislation for Port and Port Facility Security. For each of these phases, this report provides actionable guidelines to assist port operators in their efforts, lists common challenges associated with the performance of the relevant activities, good practices that can be readily adopted and customised by individual organisations and a mapping of the listed good practices for each phase with the respective challenges they address.
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Ad-Hoc Working Group on Enterprise Security
The application period for the selection of members for ENISA's Ad-Hoc Working group on "Enterprise Security" is closed.
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Ad-Hoc Working Group on Enterprise Security
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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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3rd Meeting of the AHWG on SOG-IS
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Form Folder ECSM Workshop - 2020 - Registration
Over the last 8 years, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has worked closely with Member States and the European Commission to raise awareness of cybersecurity across Europe. The European CyberSecurity Month Workshop is organised once a year in order to plan the campaign. The Workshop will cover lessons learned, best practices, and a discussion about new themes of this year's ECSM, amongst other topics.
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Statement on Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has provided a statement with an assessment and advice on Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities.
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Report/Study C source code Telecom Security During a Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic not only highlighted the importance of electronic communication networks and services for the EU’s society and economy, but it also triggered major changes and challenges in their use in the EU and worldwide. In this paper, we look at the role telecom providers played in ensuring the security and resilience of the services and networks during the pandemic highlighting good practices that providers and authorities implemented to help alleviate the pandemic’s impact on the sector. As general takeaway, services and networks have been resilient during the crisis, despite major changes in usage and traffic. Moreover, the perception of consumers shifted: electronic communication networks are now considered as a lifeline for citizens and crucial for the economy and society.
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Press Release Prevention is the cyberdefence for hospitals
The EU Agency for Cybersecurity publishes a Cybersecurity Procurement Guide for Hospitals. Healthcare IT professionals have a new instrument in their toolbox.
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