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2014 Honeynet Project Workshop
The 2014 Honeynet Project Security Workshop is organized by the non-profit Honeynet Project (http://www.honeynet.org) with the support of CERT Polska/NASK and ENISA supporting Poland in hosting this international event.
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File «El uso del roaming nacional para atenuar las interrupciones de servicio de la red de telefonía móvil» Nuevo informe de ENISA, la Agencia de ciberseguridad de la Unión Europea.
ENISA, la agencia de ciberseguridad de la UE, ha publicado hoy un nuevo informe acerca del uso de roaming a nivel nacional para atenuar las interrupciones importantes de servicio en la red de telefonía móvil. Este informe tiene por finalidad presentar a los reguladores de telecomunicaciones nacionales una variedad de posibles opciones, así como los pros y los contras de los diferentes programas nacionales de roaming desde el punto de vista de la seguridad y la resistencia.
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File object code «Χρήση εθνικής περιαγωγής για να μετριαστούν οι διακοπές λειτουργίας των κινητών δικτύων» Νέα έκθεση του οργανισμού ENISA της ΕΕ για την ασφάλεια στον κυβερνοχώρο
Σήμερα ο οργανισμός ENISA της ΕΕ για την ασφάλεια στον κυβερνοχώρο δημοσίευσε μια νέα έκθεση για το πώς η κινητή περιαγωγή θα μπορούσε να χρησιμοποιηθεί σε εθνικό επίπεδο για να μετριαστούν οι μεγάλες διακοπές λειτουργίας των κινητών δικτύων. Αυτή η έκθεση έχει στόχο να παράσχει στις ρυθμιστικές αρχές των εθνικών τηλεπικοινωνιών ένα χαρτοφυλάκιο πιθανών επιλογών, καθώς και τα πλεονεκτήματα και τα μειονεκτήματα των διαφόρων εθνικών προγραμμάτων περιαγωγής από τη σκοπιά της ασφάλειας και της ανθεκτικότητας.
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Report/Study A flair for sharing - encouraging information exchange between CERTs
This study focuses on the legal and regulatory aspects of information sharing and cross-border collaboration of national/governmental CERTs in Europe.
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Report/Study application/x-troff-ms A Good Practice Collection for CERTs on the Directive on attacks against information systems
This Good Practice Collection was produced at the initiative of ENISA in the context of its support activities to ensure the efficient functioning of CSIRTs and their cooperation with Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in the face of a new development in European cybercrime policy.The report serves two major goals, which both aim at supporting CSIRTs: 1) Firstly to provide an analysis of the legal framework created by the Directive, coupled with a stock taking on relevant existing national activities and good practices;2) Secondly, the identification of key areas and, where appropriate, guidelines and recommendations derived from these good practices
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Report/Study A good practice guide of using taxonomies in incident prevention and detection
The aim of this document is to provide good practices on using taxonomies for incident detection and prevention by taking into account the input received from the CSIRT community and relevant information from previous ENISA studies. In addition, it provides conclusions and recommendations on improvements that can be made on current taxonomies.
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Actionable Information
Summary: In the world of incident response, information is everything. The sooner incidents and vulnerabilities are detected and understood, the faster they can be handled and the less damage is caused. Accurate and timely information may help incident handlers reduce the number of infections, or address vulnerabilities before they are exploited. Unfortunately, although security information sharing is now commonplace, it has not always improved the situation for incident response teams. Extracting timely information, that can be immediately acted on from vast amounts of all types of data flowing in, remains a challenge. This type of information is referred as “actionable information” and identified as one of the fundamental building blocks of successful incident response.
Located in Topics / CSIRT Services / Reactive Services
Actionable Information
Located in Topics / CSIRT Services / Reactive Services
Report/Study Actionable information for security incident response
This document is intended as a good practice guide for the exchange and processing of actionable information. The report is relevant to incident response in all types of organizations, the primary audience of this study isnational and governmental CERTs. The scope of the study is purposefully broad.
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