ENISA has written a number of papers on Cloud Computing Security and recently focused on Big Data security.
The need to ensure ICT robustness against cyber-attacks is a key challenge at national and pan-European level.
ENISA is at the heart of a pan-European collaboration network of CSIRTs.
An important aspect when establishing a CSIRT is to define its core services according to the available internal resources.
ENISA’s work on cooperation between CSIRTS and other operational communities.
ENISA pioneers the development of proper mechanisms and consistency for cyber incident and crisis management.
ENISA is supporting and organising cyber exercises.
ENISA is active in the area of education and awareness, using its knowledge to promote NIS skills.
Privacy and data protection constitute core values of individuals and of democratic societies.
ENISA's work with Incident reporting and security regulation (Article 13a and Article 19).
Smart Infrastructures rely on cyber-physical systems and IoT devices to enhance the quality of a service. Hence, they are exposed to cyber threats and need to be secured.
In a constantly changing cyber threats environment, EU Member States need to have flexible and dynamic cyber security strategies to meet new, global threats.
ENISA supports the development of ICT security standards and certification frameworks in Europe.
ENISA threat and risk management provides an overview of threats, together with current and emerging risk and trends.
ENISA’s Cyber Security Training material was introduced in 2008, and has grown continuously ever since.
Trust services are a key element in increasing European citizens’ and businesses’ confidence in electronic transactions.
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