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ENISA launches a tool which maps security measures for OES to international standards
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity conducted research on international security standards per sector in order to design this new tool intended to map security measures for Operators of Essential Services (OES) to international standards.
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ENISA organises Maritime Cybersecurity Workshop in Lisbon
On the 26th of November, ENISA organised a workshop in Lisbon with the objective of strengthening the cybersecurity of EU ports. The workshop was hosted by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) and brought together over 60 stakeholders from the EU maritime sector.
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Press Release Incident Response in Europe, post-NIS Directive
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity releases ‘EU Member States Incident Response Development Status Report’, a analysis of current operational Incident Response (IR) set-up within the NIS Directive sectors.
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ENISA cybersecurity certification preparation underway
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity is hosting the first meeting to prepare a candidate cybersecurity certification scheme.
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Press Release text/texmacs How can EU ports tackle new cyber threats?
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity publishes "Good practices for Cybersecurity in the Maritime Sector - Port Security", a report providing guidance for ports to strengthen their cybersecurity.
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Report/Study Port Cybersecurity - Good practices for cybersecurity in the maritime sector
Developed in collaboration with several EU ports, this report intends to provide a useful foundation on which CIOs and CISOs of entities involved in the port ecosystem, especially port authorities and terminal operators, can build their cybersecurity strategy. The study lists the main threats posing risks to the port ecosystem and describes key cyber-attack scenarios that could impact them. This approach allowed the identification of security measures that ports shall put in place to better protect themselves from cyberattack. The main measures identified intend to serve as good practices for people responsible for cybersecurity implementation. The study can be useful for other stakeholders in the broader community within the port ecosystem, such shipping companies and maritime policy makers.
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Report/Study ENISA good practices for security of Smart Cars
This report defines good practices for security of smart cars, namely connected and (semi-) autonomous vehicles, providing added-value features in order to enhance car users’ experience and improve car safety. Taking stock of all existing standardization, legislative and policy initiatives, this report aims to serve as a reference point to promote cybersecurity for smart cars (connected and automated cars) across Europe and raise awareness on relevant threats and risks with a focus on “cybersecurity for safety”.
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Press Release Troff document ENISA puts Cybersecurity in the driver's seat
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity highlights the importance of cybersecurity for connected cars in a new report.
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Press Release ENISA draws Threat Landscape of 5G Networks 
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity publishes a Threat Landscape for 5G Networks, assessing the threats related to the fifth generation of mobile telecommunications networks (5G).
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Report/Study ENISA threat landscape for 5G Networks
This report draws an initial threat landscape and presents an overview of the challenges in the security of 5G networks. Its added value lays with the creation of a comprehensive 5G architecture, the identification of important assets (asset diagram), the assessment of threats affecting 5G (threat taxonomy), the identification of asset exposure (threats – assets mapping) and an initial assessment of threat agent motives. The information produced for this Threat Landscape is based on publicly available information published by 5G standardisation groups and bodies (i.e. ETSI, 3GPP, 5GPPP) and 5G stakeholders such as operators, vendors, national and international organisations. An expert group with experts from mobile operators, vendors, research and European Commission has contributed to ENISA’s work with information on existing 5G material, current developments in the market and research and quality assurance of the current document. Moreover, the members of the NIS CG, European Commission and ENISA have reviewed the current document.
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