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EQR Issue EQR Q1 2006, vol. 2, no. 1
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Located in Publications / ENISA Quarterly Review - Archive / Past Issues
EQR Issue EQR Q1 2007, vol. 3, no. 1
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EQR Issue EQR Q1 2008, vol. 4, no. 1
Resilience of Communication Networks - Part I
Located in Publications / ENISA Quarterly Review - Archive / Past Issues
EQR Issue EQR Q1 2009, vol. 5, no. 1
Resilience of Communication Networks - Part II
Located in Publications / ENISA Quarterly Review - Archive / Past Issues
EQR Issue EQR Q4 2005, vol. 1, no. 3
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EQR Issue EQR Q4 2008, vol. 4, no. 4
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EQR Issue EQR Q4 2009, vol. 5, no. 4
Resilience metrics, Incident Reporting, Prepardness Exercises, Awareness Raising, Japan, Korea, eSignatures Interoperability, Cloud Computing, ISMS
Located in Publications / ENISA Quarterly Review - Archive / Past Issues
File Erster Jahresbericht über Internetstörfälle in der EU: 51 schwerwiegende Ausfälle im Jahr 2011
Zum ersten Mal in diesem Jahr haben in der EU alle Mitgliedsstaaten der EU-Agentur für Internetsicherheit ENISA und der Europäischen Kommission einen Bericht über Störungen in der Internetsicherheit geliefert.
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Press Release EU Agency analysis of ‘Stuxnet’ malware: a paradigm shift in threats and Critical Information Infrastructure Protection
The EU ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA, i.e. the European Network and Information Security Agency, has produced an initial comment and brief, high level analysis of the recent ‘Stuxnet’ attacks; on its importance, and its technical implications for Europe. The Agency considers ‘Stuxnet’ a paradigm shift, and warns that similar attacks may occur. It argues that Europe should reconsider its protection measures for Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP).
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Press Release D source code EU agency ENISA analyses cyber security legislation & spots implementation gaps; incidents remain undetected or not reported
In a new paper the EU ‘cyber security’ agency ENISA takes a snapshot of existing and future EU legislation on security measures and incident reporting. The analysis underlines important steps forward, but also identifies gaps in national implementation, as most incidents are not reported.
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