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Exploring Cloud Incidents
ENISA publishes a paper on "Exploring cloud incidents" introducing an analysis of the current approaches to conduct a post mortem analysis of an incident, occurring in a cloud environment.
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FAQs to Security Incidents Reporting & National IT Security Exercises Guidelines published
Two new FAQs have just been published related to Agency Good Practice Guides, one on 'Reporting Security Incidents', and the other one on 'National IT Security Exercises'.
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Press Release Fighting cyber threats; Plugging the gaps. New report on proactive detection of cyber security incidents to make “digital fire-brigades” more effective
Fighting cyber threats; Plugging the gaps. EU Agency ENISA launches report on proactive detection of cyber security incidents to make “digital fire-brigades” more effective
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Press Release First annual report of cyber incidents in the EU: 51 severe outages reported over 2011
This year, for the first time in the EU, all Member States have reported on past cyber security incidents to the EU’s ‘cyber security’ agency ENISA and the European Commission. Eleven EU countries reported 51 severe outages of electronic communication networks or services. Today, ENISA publishes the first ever annual report on this, containing an analysis of incidents in 2011.
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Press Release D source code First EU Cyber Security Exercise 'Cyber Europe 2010’ with >320 ‘incidents’ successfully concluded
The first ever, pan-European cyber security exercise “Cyber Europe 2010” ended successfully yesterday. More than 150 experts from 70 public bodies around Europe participated in the exercise. They were exposed to more than 320 incidents, or ‘injects’. The exercise was a first, key step for strengthening Europe’s cyber defense. The key challenge now is for the Member States to implement the identified ‘lessons-learnt’ during the exercise. The Agency also advocates that all Member States in Europe should consider conducting national exercises as to improve its Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP).
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Global security - CERTs in Africa & ENISA
ENISA in conjunction with other international security bodies supported CERTs training at a cyber security workshop in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Report/Study chemical/x-pdb Good Practice Guide for Incident Management
This guide complements the existing set of ENISA guides that support Computer Emergency Response Teams. It describes good practices and provides practical information and guidelines for the management of network and information security incidents with an emphasis on incident handling.
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Report/Study Good Practice Guide on Incident Reporting
Given strong commitment by the EU institutions and the Member States to the resilience of public communications networks, ENISA was asked to help Member States and EU institutions to identify good practices in incident reporting schemes. This document addresses many of the issues that Member States will face as they debate, take stock, establish, launch, develop and harmonize their incident reporting systems at national level. The report discusses schemes for reporting incidents that may harm or threaten the resilience and security of public eCommunication networks. It examines the whole lifecycle of a reporting scheme, from the first steps in designing the scheme, through engaging the constituency’s cooperation, setting the reporting procedures, and then management and improvement of the scheme.
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Good Practice Guide on Incident Reporting
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Report/Study Octet Stream Guideline on Security measures for Article 4 and Article 13a
The Technical Guideline on Security Measures for Article 4 and Article 13a gives guidance to national competent authorities about the supervision of security measures in Article 13a of the Framework Directive (2009/140/EC) and Article 4 of the e-Privacy directive (2002/58/EC). In particular it lists security measures national competent authorities should take into account when evaluating the compliance of public communications network and service providers with paragraph 1 of Article 4 and paragraph 1 and 2 of Article 13a.
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