ENISA releases online NIS Directive tool showing per sector the national authorities for operators of essential services and digital service providers
The NIS Directive tool is intended as a one-stop shop for experts from the industry linking to relevant ENISA work, national cybersecurity strategies, the CSIRT network, and the NIS Cooperation group website.
This year all EU member states are implementing the NIS directive in their countries. The NIS Directive is the first piece of EU-wide cybersecurity
First ECTEG trainers meeting was organised in October 2018 to strengthen computer forensics training capacities at EU and national level with support from CEPOL, Europol-EC3 and Council of Europe.
The 22 trainers, coming from all around EU and beyond, got access to the new materials and were requested to review the
Europol-EC3 published the new Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment.
Document may be downloaded from the Europol Website
New paper by Dr Victoria Baines is now published.
EU Commission website
The Belgium Federal Police, in partnership with the French Gendarmerie and the Université de Technologie de Troyes and with support from the Norwegian Police University College, all ECTEG members, finalised a comprehensive two weeks course for Law Enforcement Cybercrime specialists.
This course will become ECTEG materials available by year 2019 for all Law Enforcement Agencies.
published by EUROPOL :
The objective of this document is to support the Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) and the Public Prosecutors in their dealing with Law Enforcement Agencies in cases of criminal investigations, by providing a common taxonomy for the classification of incidents, named Common Taxonomy for Law Enforcement and The National Network of
This taxonomy resulted from collaboration initiatives such as the annual ENISA/EC3 Workshop which involved CSIRTs, LEAs, ENISA, and EC3.
A must have for all LEA involved in cyber crime fighting !
A new Call for Proposals for Cybercrime projects in the framework of the Annual Work Programme 2017 of the Internal Security Fund (Police) has been recently published.
The full text of the call, estimated at 8M € is accessible from the EU portal.