European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)

On 20 November 2020, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (“ENISA”) published a report on the connected and automated mobility (“CAM”) cybersecurity ecosystem (“Report”).

The Report aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the CAM cybersecurity ecosystem, to map the key stakeholders in the European Union, and to provide

On April 15, 2020, in line with its mandate to support and promote the European Union’s (“EU”) policy on cybersecurity certifications, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (“ENISA”) released the study “Advancing Software Security in the EU – The Role of the EU Cybersecurity Certification Framework” (the “Study”).1 In the Study, ENISA stresses

Mayer Brown organized and hosted a meeting of the IAPP Brussels KnowledgeNet Chapter. With as title, “Is Certification the Future of Privacy? Yes, No, Maybe?”, the meeting discussed the interplay between cybersecurity and data privacy in order to highlight the actual relevance of the cybersecurity frameworks to the work of privacy professionals. The audience heard

The landscape for cyberattacks is constantly evolving. Attacks are becoming more global and sophisticated, and 2019 is poised to continue this trend toward increasing complexity.

This Legal Update highlights: (i) the main aspects of the threat landscape identified by the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (“ENISA”) in its 2018 Threat Landscape Report

A political agreement was reached between the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union (EU) and the European Commission on the EU Cybersecurity Act (Act) and announced on December 10, 2018. The pace of the adoption of the Act (with less than three months of discussions among the EU institutions) confirms that cybersecurity

On September 13, 2018, institutions in the European Union (EU) started negotiations to reach a final agreement on the EU Cybersecurity Act (Act). When adopted, the Act will create EU cybersecurity certification schemes for ICT products (i.e., hardware and software elements of network and information systems); services (i.e., services involved in transmitting, storing, retrieving or

On June 8, 2018, a political agreement was reached in the European Union (“EU”) that paves the way to an EU framework that would set up certification schemes to apply to a range of online services and connected consumer devices, as well as the transformation of the mandate of the European Union Agency for Network