Posts Tagged ‘European Union’

NSO Group Spied on European Union—on French Orders?

An espionage attempt was made by an NSO Group customer to hack the phones of senior EU officials. Although there’s some suggestion that it might have been QuaDream—a similar Israeli spyware firm. Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders (pictured) seems to have been the main target, along with several of his staffers at the Directorate-General for Justice and […]

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Cyber attacks against Water, Oil and Gas Systems

Image via Wikipedia “This summer the Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM) discovered for the first time targeted computer attacks directed against internal process and control systems to ensure supply of electricity and water. Similar attacks were discovered in Germany and Belarus. EU’s cyber-security unit, ENISA, will in late October or early November carry out the […]

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Small business and assessment of IT risks

According to a study released by European Union ENISA, Small-to-Medium-Sized (SME) enterprises require extra guidance in assessment of IT security risks of their assets. Agency also established that in the first implementation it is improbable that SME can utilize a risk assessment & risk management approach without external assistance and simplified information security approach was […]

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