The European Network and Information Security Agency
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) is an agency of the European Union. ENISA was created in 2004 by EU Regulation No 460/2004 and is fully operational since September 1st, 2005. It has its seat in Heraklion, Crete (Greece).
The objective of ENISA is to improve network and information security in the European Union. The agency has to contribute to the development of a culture of network and information security for the benefit of the citizens, consumers, enterprises and public sector organisations of the European Union, and consequently will contribute to the smooth functioning of the EU Internal Market.
ENISA is managed by the Executive Director, and supported by a staff composed of experts representing stakeholders such as the information and communication technologies industry, consumer groups and academic experts. The Agency is overseen by the Management Board, which is composed of representatives from the EU Member States, the EU Commission and other stakeholders. The Permanent Stakeholders Group was established by and gives advice to the Executive Director.
Information taken from wikipedia.org
ENISA has been so kind to publish their presentations on botnets, measurement, detection, disinfection and defence.
In order (start conference -> end conference)
Keynote by Dr. Jens Tölle, Head of Cyber Defence Group at Fraunhofer FKIE
Anti-Botnet Policy Initiatives 1
Ivo Ivanov, eco
Lauri Aasmann, CCD COE
Alain Pannetrat, CNIL
Keynote by Prof. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA
First Presentation of ENISA’s Botnet Report Findings
- Peter Komisarczuk, Thames Valley University London
- Ben Stock, University Mannheim
- Christian Dietrich, FH Gelsenkirchen
- Damian Menscher, Google
- Thorsten Kraft, 1&1
- Michael Montag, Nokia Siemens Networks
- Tobias Knecht, Abusix