Study attacks EU cloud security label that excludes US vendors
The study was commissioned by a US non-profit industry group dedicated to "open markets".
This week Reuters reports that a study commissioned by a tech lobbying group concludes that a proposed EU cloud security certification regime that could exclude US tech giants like Amazon, Google, Microsoft... Read more
‘Cyber threats increase due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine’
According to cybersecurity agency ENISA, the Russian attack on Ukraine led to larger, more destructive cyberattacks over the past year.
The organization looked back on the security landscape of 2022 in its annual report. The damage of cyberattacks increased. Zero-day exploits became more common ... Read more
ENISA Threat Landscape 2021 suggests a solution to ransomware
A record increase in cryptojacking, hackers-for-hire on the rise and a possible solution to the ransomware problem. We share a sampling from Threat Landscape 2021, ENISA's annual cybersecurity report.
ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) identifies ransomware as the biggest t... Read more
EU working on certification for 5G security
Enisa, the cybersecurity agency of the European Union, has announced that it is working on a cybersecurity verification scheme for 5G. It should help the EU to secure mobile networks against possible threats.
Telecompaper writes that Enisa is working on a certification process for 5G equipment, ... Read more
Report: long-standing vulnerabilities threaten 5G Smartphone users
EU agency also issues its own report highlighting threats from 5G.
Global cybersecurity firm Positive Technologies have published their latest report on 5G security this week. The report, "5G standalone core security assessment," discusses vulnerabilities and threats for subscribers and mobile n... Read more