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Press Release Do you know who is who in EU cybersecurity?
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity publishes the EU Cybersecurity Institutional Map to depict the roles, responsibilities and tasks of EU Institutions and EU Groups in Cybersecurity.
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Earning Trust: ENISA on eID and Trust services
eID: Extending the role of ENISA
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Report/Study Troff document ECSC 2019 Analysis Report
This report contains the following key observations were made by independent third-party observers on the ECSC 2019 organisation. These observations have been produced based on the feedback collected from participants, members of the ECSC Jury, members of the ECSC Steering Committee, and attendees to the event. In addition, these observations reflect the feedback provided by organisers and participants collected by an online evaluation survey.
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ECSM Workshop - 2020
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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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Report/Study eIDAS compliant eID Solutions
This report provides an overview of the legislative framework under eIDAS for electronic identification, presents the landscape of notified and pre-notified eID schemes and identifies key trends in the electronic identification field. Moreover, it discusses preliminary security considerations and recommendations related to the underlying technologies used for eID means and makes a proposal on the role that ENISA could play in the eIDAS compliant eID ecosystem. Since Germany notified in September 2017 the first European eID scheme under the eIDAS Regulation, an increasing number of countries have started an eID scheme notification process. Other schemes are pre-notified and more will undoubtedly follow, thus demonstrating the success of eID across the European Union.
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