Tendencias y Estudios / Digitalización

Cyber Resilience in the Electricity Ecosystem: Principles and Guidance for Boards

Cyber resilience is a challenge for all organisations, but, due to its vital role as a societal backbone, it is of particular importance for the electricity ecosystem. The power grid is an increasingly popular target for cyber threat actors: including hacktivists with the aim of causing civil unrest or state-sponsored groups performing espionage activities. Moreover, electricity organizations operate in an interconnected and interdependent environment where the consequences of a cyber attack on one can cascade to numerous others.

draft OECD Recommendation on Digital Security of Critical Activities

The draft Recommendation provides guidance to governments on how to develop digital security policies for critical activities without inhibiting the benefits from digital transformation. . The draft Recommendation focuses on critical economic and social activities. It does not cover defence and national/international security. It is work in progress at the OECD and its content may be subject to modification, including as a result of this public consultation.

Our 2019 Digital Transformation Crystal Ball

With each passing year, our collective digital transformations mature. We’re further down the digital road, we know more about the pitfalls and possibilities than we did just a few years ago.

Personal Health Device Cybersecurity Whitepaper and Pre-Standards Development Activity

Today’s users of personal health devices (PHDs) have implicit expectations on convenience, connectivity, accessibility of their data, and security. They expect to readily connect PHDs to their mobile devices, view their data in the cloud, and easily share information with their clinicians or care providers. While manufacturers are working on solving PHD connectivity with proprietary solutions, there is a lack of a standardized approach to providing secure Plug & Play interoperability.

Study on CSIRT landscape and IR capabilities in Europe 2025

The objective of this study is to help ENISA identify and draw conclusions about the recent and current evolution of CSIRTs and IR capabilities in Europe towards 2025. Building on the existing knowledge gathered in the European CSIRT inventory, this study aims to dive deeper into the "blind spots" that may exist in this mapping.

Vectors of digital transformation

This report examines key properties – or “vectors” – of the digital transformation that fundamentally affect the economy and society and accordingly the design and efficacy of public policies. It explores three main areas where digital transformation affects the ways the economy and society are operating.

ISO/IEC TR 22678 provides policy makers with guidance on cloud computing

Many governments around the world, both national and local, are grappling with creating or updating their ICT policies to cope with the new world of cloud computing. Governments and enterprises are also looking at their own procurement policies when it comes to cloud computing.

Global risk management survey

In recent years, financial institutions have improved the capabilities of their risk management programs to manage traditional risk types such as market, credit, and liquidity risk. Managing nonfinancial risk is now assuming greater importance, both for regulators and institutions. Among the many nonfinancial risks, increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks by individuals and nation states have made cybersecurity a top concern.

ENISA Threat Landscape Report 2018

2018 was a year that has brought significant changes in the cyberthreat landscape. Those changes had as source discrete developments in motives and tactics of the most important threat agent groups, namely cyber-criminals and state-sponsored actors

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