Europeans’ attitudes towards cyber security26 October, 2017
The report brings together the results of the Special Eurobarometer public opinion survey towards cyber security in the 28 European Union countries.
Privacy Enhancing Technologies: Evolution and State of the Art20 March, 2017
This document provides recommendations on how to build and maintain an online community for PETs maturity assessments, which is assisted by ENISA’s tool. The presented community development approach seeks to guide developers and to empower individuals and groups of people with the set of skills they need to actively participate in the PETs assessments process.
Download the report: https://www.enisa.europa.eu/publications/pets-evolution-and-state-of-the-art
Synopsis report of the public consultation on the safety of apps and other non-embedded software20 March, 2017
The public consultation on the safety of applications for mobile devices (“apps”) and other non-embedded software was launched in June 2016 as a result of the public consultation on the Green Paper on mHealth in 2014. The latter showed the need to have a special focus on safety aspects of mHealth apps.
This consultation gathered input from various stakeholder groups (78 replies) in particular citizens, industry and public authorities, on their experience related to the safety of apps and other non-embedded software.
According to the respondents, the main category of apps that could pose safety risks are health and wellbeing apps: apps that give health advice, apps upon which a consumer is taking a health or lifestyle-related decision, apps that track and collect data from the user to assess and monitor health-related metrics or apps that interface with electronic health records.
Call for papers for the ENISA’s Annual Privacy Forum (APF) - 7th and 8th June 2017 in Vienna07 February, 2017
ENISA’s Annual Privacy Forum (APF) is to be held on the 7th and 8th June 2017 in Vienna, at the University of Vienna, Faculty of Law.
Call for papers for APF 2017 is now open. Submission until 31st of March 2017.
Survey on the possible use of electronic identification means other than the ones currently used by online platforms30 January, 2017
With this informal survey the Commission would like to hear the views of online platforms and their private and business users, on the possible use of electronic identification means other than the ones currently used by online platforms. The deadline for replies is 31 January 2016.
National Cyber Security Strategies09 January, 2017
EU Member States and EFTA countries have made great progress in developing and implementing their strategies.
ENISA published on November 14th, 2016 a new National Cyber Security Strategy Good Practice Guide.
Cyber security key for the successful adoption of mobile payments09 January, 2017
ENISA publishes good practices and recommendations for payment providers and financial institutions following an analysis of the security of mobile payments and digital wallets.
Published on December 19, 2016
19th TCI Global Conference | Global Changes: Challenges for innovation clusters05 December, 2016
Eindhoven, The Netherlands / November 8 – 10, 2016
The Knowledge Future: Intelligent policy choices for Europe 205014 September, 2016
A report to the European Commission
European Cyber Security cPPP Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA)08 September, 2016
This SRIA defines the priorities for research, and innovation for European cybersecurity industry in upcoming years. As SRIA of a contractual Public Private Partnership, the emphasis is on transforming innovation and applications into new business opportunities that help to solve the challenges that Europe (and others) are facing, but also brings growth to cybersecurity industry, helping to create new technical solutions and services and support their go to market actions in the European internal market as well as in entering to other markets.
The initial SRIA we are proposing to initiate the European cybersecurity cPPP has been developed to answer the main strategic objectives of the cPPP, namely:
- Foster and protect from cyber threats the growth of the European Digital Single Market considering its cultural and economic ecosystem, ensuring a level playing field (access to products and services with adequate security, independently of the provider);
- Develop the European cybersecurity market and the growth of a strong, competitive European cybersecurity and ICT industry, with an increased market position;
- Develop and implement European cybersecurity solutions for the critical steps of trusted supply chains, in sectoral applications where Europe is a leader.