Smart grids are a fundamental component of the European critical infrastructure.
Citizens and businesses depend on information and communications infrastructure to support online critical services (e.g.
ENISA published a good practice guide on vulnerability disclosure, aiming to provide a picture of the challenges the security researchers, the vendors and other involved stakeholders are confronted with when disclosing software/hardware vulnerabilities.
Currently, smart home environments complement traditional home appliances with connected devices that collect, exchange and process data to create added-value services and enhance the quality of life of inhabitants.
The EU has to establish cyber trust among citizens and industry to create a competitive EU based ICT sector, further strengthening the EU position, and at the same time support confidence in online privacy, said Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA, at its annual High-Level Event in Brussels on Monday.
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