Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: ENISA

  • Civil and military research: New EU Centre for Cyber Security remains controversial

    Civil and military research: New EU Centre for Cyber Security remains controversial

    The European Union wants to increase its „resilience, deterrence and defence“ in the area of cyber security. A new centre will coordinate research and training activities. However, the proposed regulation is not compatible with existing institutions and funding programmes. The establishment of a European Competence Centre for Cyber Security (ECCC) continues to stagnate. MEPs and […]

  • New EU network of judicial authorities to combat the “challenges stemming from encryption”

    New EU network of judicial authorities to combat the “challenges stemming from encryption”

    The European Union intends to simplify investigative authorities’ access to encrypted content. This emerged from the replies to a questionnaire that was circulated to all Member States by the Slovak Presidency of the EU Council. After a “reflection process”, efforts in this area are, according to the summary of the replies, intended to give rise to a […]

  • EU puts circumvention of encryption back on the agenda

    EU puts circumvention of encryption back on the agenda

    The European Union is discussing access by law enforcement authorities to encrypted communications in a number of papers, working groups and new cooperation forums. The “crypto debate” begun around a year ago on ways to circumvent encryption or access protected communication has gained new momentum. Most recently, the Luxembourg Council Presidency sent out a paper […]