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United Kingdom - 2015 information security breaches survey is published
The UK's Digital Economy Minister, Mr. Ed Vaizey, has launched the 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey at the Infosecurity Europe event last week.
Located in About ENISA / / National Liaison Officers (NLOs) / News from the Member States
Course Université de Rouen
Located in Topics / / NIS in Education / Education map
File PDF document Update on activities of NLO network 2016
Located in About ENISA / / Meetings / June 2016
Updated ENISA report reveals the Agency’s key role for the CSIRT community
Located in News / ENISA News
Updated Good Practice Guide on National Cyber Security Strategies by ENISA
Located in News / ENISA News
File PDF document US NCSS
Located in Topics / National Cyber Security Strategies / National Cyber Security Strategies (NCSSs) Map
Vision for a Stronger Cybersecurity Community going forward – an ENISA industry event
On 12 June 2019, ENISA and the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union organised an industry event in Brussels.
Located in News / ENISA News
Press Release Visit of EC VP Ansip at the EU cybersecurity Agency in Greece
European Commission Vice-President Ansip visited the EU Agency for cybersecurity at its premises in Athens today 11th May 2017, for a discussion on its activities and future role in the EU cyber security landscape.
Located in News / ENISA News
Cyber security info note Voter data left exposed on open internet-facing system
A data analytics firm contracted by the Republican National Committee (RNC), left a compilation of sensitive personal information of more than 198 million US citizens exposed on an open internet-facing system.
Located in Publications / Cyber security info notes
Vulnerability of Wi-Fi WPA2 networks
A serious vulnerability affecting the Wi-Fi Protected Access II – WPA2 protocol has been discovered. A potential attack would work against most Wi-Fi network setups e.g. the original WPA, WPA2, and even against networks that only use the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) technique.
Located in News / ENISA News

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