NATO / CCDCOE
New Study Outlines Cyber Security Developments in Israel
A new analysis by NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence provides a comprehensive overview of cyber security structures and recent developments in Israel, a nation at the forefront of digital and cybersecurity innovation for the past decade. The CCDCOE Report “National Cyber Security Organisation: Israel“ describes a trend towards more transparency and ongoing institutional innovation in cyber security.
EU / ENISA
ENISA works together with European semiconductor industry on key cybersecurity areas
The EU Agency for Network and Information security – ENISA – together with industry recently reached a common position on cybersecurity, that reflects the concerns of industry and provides a set of suggestions for policy makers.
OSCE – Organization for Security & Co-operation in Europe
Security Days: Countering fragmentation and polarization: Re-creating a climate for stability in Europe
This OSCE Security Days event aimed to contribute to a dialogue on how to create a stable and resilient security environment in Europe at a time of growing global uncertainty and unpredictability.
OECD Working Party on Security and Privacy in the Digital Economy
Specifically, the objectives of the Workshop are to:
- Address Data Collection and Sharing Challenges
- Examine the range of incentives or mechanisms that can be applied to influence the reporting and sharing of data and their impact on digital security risk management practices in businesses
World’s largest cyber defence exercise takes place in Estonia
Locked Shields 2017, the largest and most advanced cyber defence exercise in the world, is taking place this week. It is organized by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, Estonia.
CJEU Confirms Dynamic IP Addresses To Be Personal Data
On Wednesday October 19, 2016 the Court of Justice of European Union (“CJEU”) issued its judgment in Case C-582/14, Patrick Breyer v Germany.
The CJEU held that a “dynamic” IP address constitutes personal data (agreeing with the Opinion of the Advocate General from May this year). Dynamic IP addresses qualify as personal data, even if the website operator in question cannot identify the user behind the IP address, since the users’ internet service or access providers (“ISPs”) have data that, in combination with the IP address, can identify the users in question.