Each resource on a website to be requested from another domain outside the origin is treated as external. Tracking Protection Blacklist may qualify a resource as tracking facility. At the chart below you see the share of tracking in external resources, grouped by the EU national domain zones. "EU" series aggregates them all.
At the chart below you see the top of trackers operating in the EU national domain zones.
At the chart below you see the top of tracking purposes. "Disconnect" is a name of Big3 - Facebook, Google and Twitter.
At the chart below you see the top of countries where tracking traffic is getting processed.
At the chart below you see the share of tracking without prior consent (Article 6 GDPR), grouped by the EU national domain zones. Tracking purposes monitored: Social, Fingerprinting, Advertising, Analytics.
Security of personal data is ENISA’s core operational objective and the agency plays a critical role in this field. The topics below require active engagement of all involved parties - institutions, business and the society.
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Today ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity welcomed the Greek Minister of Digital Governance, Kyriakos Pierrakakis and the Secretary General of Telecommunications & Posts at the Ministry of Digital Governance, Antonis Tzortzakakis.ENISA welcomes Minister Pierrakakis
ENISA not only celebrates the nomination of its new Executive Director, but also 15 years of successfully keeping Europe cyber secure. The Management Board of ENISA designated Mr. Juhan Lepassaar in July and he started his duties today.The EU Agency for Cybersecurity welcomes its new Executive Director: Mr. Juhan Lepassaar
If the EU Agency for Cybersecurity has developed into the successful entity it is today, it is essentially thanks to the leadership of its Executive Director, Prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht.ENISA says goodbye to Prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht after 10 years in Office
The sixth edition of the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC), organised from 9 to 11 October in Bucharest at the Palace of the Parliament, the heaviest building and the second-largest building in the world, has concluded. Team Romania - followed by Italy and Austria - has proven successful in completing the most advanced and complex cybersecurity challenges and is thereby the proud winner of ECSC2019.Another successful edition of the European Cyber Security Challenge concluded in Romania
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA hosted today the 1st Inter-EU ISACs meeting in its premises in Athens. This event provided the opportunity for the experts of the EU Information Sharing and Analysis Centres (ISACs) group to discuss the challenges and identify synergies to enhance the collaboration between the different Sectorial European ISACs.1st Inter-EU ISACs meeting at ENISA
Today, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) welcomed a delegation from Finland to discuss the new European Cybersecurity Act and other contributions the Agency can provide to the EU and the Member States.ENISA welcomed a delegation from Finland
A delegation from the European Union Military Staff (EUMS) visited the EU Agency for Cybersecurity today for an initial discussion on how ENISA and EUMS are approaching the areas of cybersecurity exercises, support for policy development and trainings.The European Union Military Staff visits ENISA
The sixth edition of the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC) will kick off next week at the Palace of the Parliament of Bucharest, Romania. Stay tuned on social media via #ECSC2019 from 9 to 11 October and experience the competition from the first row.European Cyber Security Challenge 2019 kicks off next week in Bucharest
October marks the kick-off of the European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM), coordinated by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), the European Commission and supported by the Member States. This campaign will focus on expanding awareness about cybersecurity to citizens across Europe.European Cybersecurity Month 2019 is launched
Today ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity published a new version of the National Cybersecurity Strategies (NCSS) map at the 7th National Cybersecurity Strategies workshop in Warsaw, PolandENISA publishes new NCSS map at 7th NCSS workshop
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the Institute of Computer Science of the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH) jointly organised the 6th Network and Information Security (NIS) Summer School from 16- 20 September 2019 in Heraklion, Greece.Tackling Security Challenges of Emerging Technologies
On 24 September 2019, ENISA organised a breakfast debate with Members of the European Parliament at the Bavarian Representation to the European Union in Brussels. The theme of the event was ‘How to Secure Europe’s Cyber Future?’.MEP Breakfast - How to secure Europe's cyber future
The ENISA Annual Privacy Forum (APF) is a conference that is organised yearly, on the thematic conjuncture of information security and privacy that brings together contributions from policy, research and the industry.Submit your paper! Annual Privacy Forum 2020: Call for papers
27 experts from 9 members states and 4 EU institutions attended the two-day course at the branch office of ENISA in Heraklion, Crete.Information Security Risk Management training organised by ENISA and ESDC
Our CSIRT Relations Team experts provided technical training in Cyprus, Lithuania and Czech Republic in collaboration with the local CSIRT teams.The Educational Summer of ENISA - our CR Team give trainings across Europe