Europol identified a series of key driving factors that will impact the future landscape of serious and organized crime in Europe.
ENISA released a framework structured into four phases, nine security activities and fourteen steps that details the set of actions Member States should follow to define and implement a secure Gov Cloud.
With multiple recent high profile attacks targeting household names and large employers, individuals increasingly fear cyber crime and its resulting consequences at work as well as at home, according to GFI Software.
The National Crime Agency’s National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU) worked with law enforcement colleagues in the Netherlands, Italy and Germany, co-ordinated through Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), to shut down command and control servers used by the RAMNIT botnet.
ENISA issued methodologies for the identification of Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) services in communication networks.
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