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File Según un nuevo informe de ENISA, los fallos de sistema provocan la mayoría de los principales cortes de servicio en las comunicaciones electrónicas
La Agencia Europea de Seguridad de las Redes y de la Información (ENISA) publica hoy el tercer informe anual sobre cortes de servicio a gran escala en el sector de las comunicaciones electrónicas.
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File Octet Stream Les défaillances système seraient responsables des plus importantes pannes dans les services de communications électroniques selon un nouveau rapport de l’ENISA
L'Agence européenne chargée de la sécurité des réseaux et de l'information (ENISA) publie aujourd’hui son troisième rapport annuel sur les pannes de grande ampleur dans le secteur des communications électroniques. Le Rapport annuel des incidents 2014 fournit une analyse agrégée des incidents de sécurité survenus en 2013 ayant causé de sévères pannes. La plupart des incidents rapportés aux régulateurs et à l’ENISA impliquaient l’internet sur les mobiles et les connections de téléphonie mobile. Les causes les plus fréquentes de ces incidents sont des défaillances système affectant principalement les stations de base et les interrupteurs.
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File Troff document Systemausfälle verursachen die größten Unterbrechungen bei elektronischen Kommunikationsdiensten laut einem neuen ENISA Bericht
Die Europäische Agentur für Netz-und Informationssicherheit (ENISA) veröffentlicht heute ihren dritten Jahresbericht über Großausfälle im elektronischen Kommunikationssektor. Der Jahresvorfallbericht 2014 bietet eine ausführliche Analyse der Vorfälle, die 2013 für schwere Ausfälle gesorgt haben. Die meisten der an Regulatoren und ENISA gemeldeten Vorfälle betrafen mobiles Internet und mobile Telefonverbindungen. Die häufigsten Ursachen liegen bei Systemausfällen, die sich vor allem auf Basisstationen und Switches auswirken.
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Press Release Troff document System failures cause most large outages of electronic communications services according to a new ENISA report
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) publishes today the third annual report about large-scale outages in the electronic communication sector.
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Report/Study Annual Incident Reports 2013
The Annual Incidents report 2013 provides an aggregated analysis of the security incidents in 2013 which caused severe outages. Most incidents reported to regulators and ENISA involved mobile internet and mobile telephony connections.
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Security in Telecoms sector in focus of 2nd meeting of ENISA’s electronic communications reference group
The second ENISA Electronic Communications Reference Group meeting with experts from telecom operators and internet service providers was held in Madrid on 22-23 May 2014 and was hosted by Telefónica.
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ENISA Executive Director meets with Greek Telecomms authority EETT President
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Reporting of cyber security incidents - 12th Article 13a Expert Group meeting in Malta
This week ENISA met with the National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) from the different EU Member States and EFTA countries to discuss how to supervise network and information security in the EU's telecom sector.
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Report/Study Octet Stream Proposal for One Security Framework for Articles 4 and 13a
There are two pieces of EU legislation which explicitly mention security measures in the telecom sector: Article 4 of the e-Privacy directive asks providers to take security measures to protect security of personal data processing. Article 13a of the Framework directive asks providers to take security measures to protect security of the provided networks and services. It has been argued there is an 80% overlap between the two articles. ENISA would like to leverage this overlap and in this way optimize the implementation of both articles across the EU and where possible achieve harmonization between the implementation of Article 13a and Article 4. We look forward to discussing and developing this proposal further with all competent authorities (on Article 13a and 4), including DPAs and NRAs.
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Report/Study Incident Reporting for Cloud Computing
The proposed NIS Directive mentions cloud computing explicitly. This is not surprising. Cloud infrastructures play an increasingly important role in the digital society. A large part of the EU’s Digital Agenda is the European cloud strategy which aims to speed up adoption of cloud computing for financial and economic benefits. ENISA has often underlined the security opportunities of cloud computing. In this report we analyse how cloud providers, customers in critical sectors, and government authorities can set up cloud security incident reporting schemes.
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