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Tracking

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.

Trackers

At the chart below you see the top of trackers operating in the EU national domain zones.

Tracking purposes

At the chart below you see the top of tracking purposes. "Disconnect" is a name of Big3 - Facebook, Google and Twitter.

Tracking directions

At the chart below you see the top of countries where tracking traffic is getting processed.

Personal data breach

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.

Remarks
ENISA

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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News

In the lead up to the EU Agency for Cybersecurity’s forthcoming Cybersecurity for SMEs report, the Agency gathered European businesses, agencies and associations to share their views on the major challenges faced by SMEs in a time of heightened threats.European SMEs facing increased cyber threats in changing digital landscape

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity issues a comprehensive report of the CAM cybersecurity ecosystem. It aims at supporting the efforts of the European Commission and Member States competent authorities in deciding how to transpose the relevant United Nations regulations into the EU policy context.Deep Dive into the Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Ecosystem: New Report

This week, top cybersecurity minds from EU and EFTA countries gathered to tackle mock cyber challenges in the EU Agency for Cybersecurity’s first-ever Hackfest. This two-day marathon prepared and assessed young cybersecurity talent in a lead up to next year’s European Cyber Security Challenge.ENISA’s 48h Hackfest puts Europe’s cybersecurity talent to the test

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity and the Danish Health Data Authority are joining forces again this month, introducing the final session of the 2020 eHealth Security Conference to examine incident response procedures across Europe’s health system.Healthcare’s Cybersecurity Incident Response Spotlighted at European Security Event

Basic protection measures are no longer enough. More cybersecurity expertise is needed to build up secure digital capacities for Europe’s rail sector to charge forward.European Rail: Report unveils challenges and stresses the need for investment in cybersecurity

Report addresses the entire lifespan of Internet of Thing (IoT) product development by offering security measures for each step.IoT Security: ENISA Publishes Guidelines on Securing the IoT Supply Chain

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity launches today ISAC in a BOX an comprehensive online toolkit to support the establishment, development and evaluation of Information Sharing and Analysis Centres (ISACs).EU Agency for Cybersecurity launches ISAC in a BOX Toolkit

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity, the European Commission and the Catolica University of Portugal attract more than 500 participants at the 8th annual forum to discuss cybersecurity aspects of privacy and data protection.Annual Privacy Forum 2020: Policy and Research Unite to Advance Security of Personal Data

Threat landscape maps Malware standing strong as #1 Cyber Threat in the EU, with an increase in Phishing, Identity Theft, Ransomware; Monetisation holding its place as cyber criminals’ top motivation; and the COVID-19 environment fuelling attacks on homes, businesses, governments and critical infrastructure.ENISA Threat Landscape 2020: Cyber Attacks Becoming More Sophisticated, Targeted, Widespread and Undetected

The 1st session of the eHealth Security Conference stressed the need to apply stronger measures to secure the healthcare sector, in view of the Covid-19 pandemic. The next live session will reflect on the cybersecurity concerns for Covid-19 tracing mobile apps, which coincides with the launch of the EC gateway service for national contact tracing and warning apps for the prevention of Covid-19 spreading.eHealth Security Conference on Covid-19 tracing mobile apps and key findings from session 1

High-level meetings open discussion on cross-border e-transactions during eIDAS review.Measuring ‘Security and Trust’ at the Annual Trust Services Forum

The exercise of the ICT Advisory Committee of the EU Agencies and Institutions (ICTAC), supported by ENISA, tests participants through mock scenarios of spear phishing campaigns, ransomware and more.Cybersecurity exercise boosts preparedness of EU Agencies to respond to cyber incidents

On the 6th of 0ctober 2020, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity hosted a virtual workshop to validate the results of the study for the creation of a national capabilities assessment framework together with the EU Member States and related stakeholders.Highlights on the National Cybersecurity Strategies

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity, Europol and CERT-EU team up to identify the main security risks of IoT and to work towards achieving a more secure IoT ecosystem across Europe.IoT Cybersecurity: Webinar Series to Tackle Security Challenges of IoT

MEP Kaili teams up with the EU Agency for Cybersecurity to explore the cybersecurity challenges of AI at one-day virtual workshop.Artificial Intelligence: Cybersecurity Essential for Security & Trust

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