“ENISA CSIRT training material was introduced in 2008. In 2012, 2013 and 2014 it was complemented with new exercise scenarios containing essential material for success in the CSIRT community and in the field of information security. In these pages you will find the ENISA CSIRT training material, containing Handbooks for teachers, Toolsets for students and Virtual Images to support hands on training sessions. ” The materials continue to be updated in 2020 and are appropriate for use by cybersecurity specialists and decision-makers.
(Change of dates to 2021).Top cyber talents from each participating country will meet in Vienna to network and collaborate and finally compete against each other. Contestants will be challenged in solving security related tasks from domains such as web security, mobile security, crypto puzzles, reverse engineering and forensics and in the process collect points for solving them.
This report explores the current state of affairs in Encrypted Traffic Analysis and in particular discusses research and methods in 6 key use cases; viz. application identification, network analytics, user information identification, detection of encrypted malware, file/device/website/location fingerprinting and DNS tunnelling detection.
The document presents the value of the cybersecurity standardisation efforts for certification, the roles and responsibilities of Standards Developing Organisations (SDOs) in this context, and discusses various ways how standardisation can support efficiently the process of certification schemes creation by following a step by step methodology.
In 2020, European countries and the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) should have organised the 6th pan European cyber crisis exercise, Cyber Europe 2020 (CE2020). However, due to the current health crisis Cyber Europe will be shifted to a later date, yet to be announce. CE2020 is part of the bi-annual Cyber Europe series of exercises launched in 2010.
Digital solutions for healthcare open a plethora of new possibilities in this area. They provide a technical base for easy testing, they improve significantly the quality of service by allowing immediate access to medical data – results of tests, history of treatment; they facilitate correct diagnosis by easier analytics and correlation of data and easier monitoring of patients’ health parameters. They facilitate setting up appointments with appropriate doctors at a convenient time