The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA has placed Capacity Building as a strategic objective on its new strategy. In this content ENISA is committed to support and strengthen the enhancement of cybersecurity skills and competence across at all levels, from the non-experts to the highly skilled professionals.

In particular, ENISA continues to raise citizens’ awareness of cybersecurity and potential cyber threats (e.g. phishing attacks, botnets, financial & banking frauds, data fraud), providing guidance on good practices to promote safer online behaviour (e.g. cyber-hygiene and cyber-literacy). Furthermore, aligning its actions with the EU’s Digital Education Action Plan, ENISA is promoting and analysing cybersecurity education, in order to tackle the cybersecurity professional shortfall, which represents an issue for both economic development and national security.

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#NoMoreRansom campaign (new!)

ENISA celebrated the 4 years anniversary of the #NoMoreRandom initiative by joining forces with Europol and presenting a series of #CyberDialogues on common ransomware attack scenarios. 

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#Netiquette campaign

ENISA has released four  posters as part of our educational campaign (#Netiquette) for all EU citizens interested in a secure and safe digital life:

Cyber Education

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