The EU’s cyber security agency ENISA has investigated the challenges for baseline smart grids protection in Europe.
The EU cyber security Agency ENISA is launching an in-depth study on 30 different digital traps or honeypots that can be used by CERTs to proactively detect cyber attacks.
The right to be forgotten is one of the elements of the new proposed regulation on data protection of the European Commission.
ENISA has published a new interactive CERT map and Inventory of CERT's activities in Europe containing publicly listed teams and co-operation, support and standardisation activities.
In its new report, the EU’s ’cyber-security agency’ ENISA (the European Network and Information Security Agency) examines 85 national and international cyber-exercises between 2002 and 2012.
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