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.
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The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) issues a report shedding light on European policy initiatives in the finance sector.Achieving Harmonisation and Cyber Resilience in the Finance Sector
ENISA hosted the 33rd meeting of European Competent Authorities for Secure Electronic Communications (ECASEC). The group is comprised of EU authorities on security of electronic communications, formerly known as the ENISA Article 13a group.EU Electronic Communications Security Authorities Discussion on Incident reports and Policy
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the Computer Emergency Response Team for the EU Institutions, Bodies and Agencies (CERT-EU) are pleased to announce the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding.ENISA and CERT-EU sign Agreement to start their Structured Cooperation
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) provides authorities with technical guidance on the 5G Toolbox measure for security requirements in existing 5G standards.Cybersecurity for 5G: ENISA Releases Report on Security Controls in 3GPP
A report by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) looks at cybersecurity risks connected to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in autonomous vehicles and provides recommendations for mitigating them.Cybersecurity Challenges in the Uptake of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous Driving
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity releases two reports on cryptography: one on the progress of post-quantum cryptography standardisation, and the other on exploring the technologies under the hood of crypto-assets.Solving the Cryptography Riddle: Post-quantum Computing & Crypto-assets Blockchain Puzzles
The 2021 edition of the Conference presented the developments and upcoming challenges in European standardisation under the Cybersecurity Act.Highlights of the Cybersecurity Standardisation Conference
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity welcomes the European Commission request for a candidate cybersecurity certification scheme on 5G networks.Securing EU’s Vision on 5G: Cybersecurity Certification
ENISA’s new report explores pseudonymisation techniques and use cases for healthcare and information sharing in cybersecurityCybersecurity to the Rescue: Pseudonymisation for Personal Data Protection
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity releases a new report and training material to support the cooperation among CSIRTs, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) and their interaction with the judiciary.Training Together to Fight Cybercrime: Improving Cooperation
New report by the EU Agency for Cybersecurity helps healthcare organisations securely adopt cloud services and prepare for cybersecurity challenges.Securing Cloud Services for Health
ENISA and eu-LISA sign Cooperation Plan to share knowledge, information and expertise.ENISA and eu-LISA – Cooperation for a More Digitally Resilient Europe
ENISA launches a public consultation on a new draft candidate cybersecurity certification scheme in a move to enhance trust in cloud services across Europe.Cloud Certification Scheme: Building Trusted Cloud Services Across Europe
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity kicked-off yesterday the new ad-hoc working group in response to the European Skills Agenda.Launch of New Ad-hoc Working Group on European Cybersecurity Skills Framework
The new EU Cybersecurity Strategy will bring tasks and responsibilities for ENISA to help Europe become a resilient, technological sovereign leader in cyberspace.ENISA welcomes the EU Cybersecurity Strategy and Agency’s proposed tasks