Image credit: snapshot presentation by Silvia Portesi (ENISA).
The presentation of the ENISA and CERT-MU Mauritius organisms and various nuances of their role as organisms have been explained, May 11, 2020.
An adequate way to convey to citizens, and to various public and private institutions, the role that cybersecurity mechanisms play in society and how they intervene in security incidents, advising and seeking appropriate intervention. (Under the auspices of the Council of Europe).
- Dr. Silvia PORTESI, Network and Information Security – Research and Analysis Expert, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA).
- Dr. Alexandra MICHOTA, Officer in Network and Information Security, ENISA.
- Mr. Sachindra REECHAYE, Information Security Consultant, CERT-MU, Mauritius.
- Mr. Giorgi JOKHADZE, Project Manager, Council of Europe Cybercrime Programme Office (C-PROC).
On May 13, INTERPOL: Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Crimes https://www.coe.int/en/web/cybercrime/interpol-impact-of-covid-19-on-financial-crimes
- ENISA: Cooperation Across CSIRTs, Law Enforcement and the Judiciary
- Council of Europe action on cybercrime and electronic evidence
- CERT-MU & Law Enforcement Agencies: Collaboration & Initiatives (Mauritius)