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Report/Study Octet Stream Alerts-Warnings-Announcements
This guide complements the existing set of ENISA guides that support Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs, also known as CSIRTs). It describes good practices and provides practical information and guidelines for the process of preparing and issuing alerts, warnings and announcements to a CERT’s constituency. The main focus area of the guide is the process of informing the CERTs and their constituencies about threats and ways to contain threats – a core service carried out by most CERTs – which involves having an identified and reliable set of information sources and a well structured process of assessing and processing the incoming information, enabling the CERT to get the right information at the right places in the most timely fashion.
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Attacks against information systems - good practice collection for CERTs
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File Octet Stream Atténuer les attaques contre les Systèmes de contrôle industriel (SCI) ; le nouveau guide de l’Agence européenne ENISA
L’Agence européenne de cybersécurité ENISA publie un nouveau manuel proposant des solutions afin d’atténuer au mieux les attaques contre les Systèmes de contrôle industriel (SCI), en soutenant les processus industriels vitaux mis en place en priorité pour les infrastructures d’information critiques (notamment dans les domaines des transports chimiques et de l’énergie) où le manque de connaissances se fait souvent ressentir. Les SCI étant désormais souvent connectées aux plateformes internet, des précautions de sécurité supplémentaires doivent être mises en place.
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Authentication Methods
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Report/Study text/texmacs Baseline capabilities for national / governmental CERTs (Part 1 Operational Aspects)
This document constitutes a very first attempt to define a minimum set of capabilities that a Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) in charge of protecting critical information infrastructure (CIIP) in the Member States should possess to take part and contribute to a sustainable cross-border information sharing and cooperation. In areas where no clear statements can be made with regards to requirements the document points out recommendations and areas for further analysis in the future. This first version was derived from the answers to a survey ENISA carried out among all 120+ publicly listed CERTs in Europe. It should be considered only as a first step towards the specification of requirements, which is an ongoing process that has and will involve discussions with the relevant stakeholders in the Member States.
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Report/Study Baseline Capabilities of n/g CERTs - Updated Recommendations 2012
This document lists updated set of recommendations on gaps and shortcomings identified in the Status Report 2012. The number of gaps and shortcomings that still need to be addresssed in order for n/g CERTs to fully meet their baseline capabilities are outlined in along with recommendations on how to address them.
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Report/Study Baseline Capabilities of National/Governmental CERTs (Part 2 Policy Recommendations)
This document constitutes a very first attempt to define policy recommendations of capabilities that a Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) in charge of protecting critical information infrastructure (CIIP) in the Member States should possess to take part and contribute to a sustainable cross-border information sharing and cooperation.
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