The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) ASBL is a fully self-financed non-for-profit organisation under the Belgian law, established in June 2016.
ECSO represents the contractual counterpart to the European Commission for the implementation of the Cyber Security contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP). ECSO members include a wide variety of stakeholders such as large companies, SMEs and Start-ups, research centres, universities, end-users, operators, clusters and association as well as European Member State’s local, regional and national administrations, countries part of the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and H2020 associated countries...Learn More
NEW - EVENT
EEMA’s 33rd Annual Conference
DIGITAL INNOVATION & EXPLOITATION FOR THE FUTURE
Join EEMA for one of Europe’s most important events in the privacy, e-identity, security and trust calendar. Now in its 33rd year, the EEMA Annual Conference is a must attend event and this year, with the uncertainty of Brexit, the EEMA Annual Conference takes on greater significance than ever before.
As a non-profit think-tank, EEMA has the unrivalled ability to bring together technology experts, policy-makers and senior influencers from public, private and academic sector institutions from across Europe and beyond. This means the conference has become an essential hub for collaboration and innovation, facilitating meaningful change, as we look to at opportunities for empowering business through digital transformation.
NEW - CEPS Webinars in collaboration with Wavestone and ICF
Part-1: 8 June from 11.00 to 13.00
Part-2: 11 June from 11.00 to 13.00
European Commission has put a strong emphasis on cybersecurity initiatives in
the Communication on "Shaping Europe's Digital future". Among various
actions, it has also anticipated the review of the Security of Network and
Information Sytems (NIS) Directive.
In this context, I would like to inform you that the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels -an ECSO member - jointly with Wavestone and ICF are launching a new study for the European Commission’s DG CNECT to “Support the review of the Directive (EU) 2016/1148 concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union (NIS Directive)”.
This study’s aim is to assist the Commission in evaluating such an existing legal and policy framework by assessing the role the NIS Directive has played in ensuring an adequate level of protection of network and information systems across Europe. The study will also identify new policy concepts and measures that will contribute to increasing the level of European cybersecurity. Combining findings’ evaluation with a number of additional sources, the study will then tackle key problems in the area, including new issues, emerged since the adoption of the Directive in 2016, and will identify and analyze policy options to address them and assess their potential impacts.
As part of the study, CEPS is hosting the opening online workshops to present this new project and engage EU stakeholders in the review of the NIS Directive.
RECOMMENDATIONS - April 2020
H2020 SHERPA project - Fostering an Ecosystem of Artificial Intelligence for Human Flourishing
In this report, H2020 SHERPA project addresses ethical and human rights issues raised by development and use of AI-powered systems, which includes challenges of reliability of such systems and their resilience to potential attacks.
Request for inputs. The Task 3.5: Motivation, Focus, Progress document focuses on a specific class of attacks against AI-based systems. Stakeholders are kindly invited to share their knowledge on the current state of the affairs regarding model poisoning attacks, including concerns, awareness, mitigation approaches (see Task 3.5 document below). The general feedback on the documents is also welcomed (see contact details of the project coordinators in the documents). More information about the project: http://www.project-sherpa.eu/.
REPORT - April 2020
IntelProbe - Honey Pot Network Report
In this report, IntelProbe observes that the sources of attacks targeting especially the public sector match the ToR Exit Nodes. Many attacks were found to originate from the Far East. IntelProbe analysis shows that simple password policies and network devices with default configuration are targeted. All relevant data and information can be found in the findings section of the this report.
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