Cyber Incident Reporting in the EU - PNG-210

Marnix Dekker, Security Expert and Information Security Officer, ENISA

Incident information helps us understand threats and to improve cyber security. Recent EU legislation obliges providers of e-communications to report cyber incidents to national regulators and the EU. Marnix will present the different types of existing and planned incident reporting legislation and discuss how to develop an efficient and effective framework of incident reporting across Europe.

Dr. Marnix Dekker is Security Expert and Information Security Officer at ENISA (the European Network and Information Security Agency). Marnix works in the area of secure services and critical information infrastructures. He focuses on cloud security, smartphone security and also leads the Agency’s work on the implementation of EU-wide security regulation for telco's (Article 13a). He has a Master’s degree in Theoretical physics, a Ph.D. in Computer science, and a CISA certification. In his previous job he designed the protocols and processes of large national Identity Management (IdM) systems, and reviewed the deployment of a large cloud service for a critical government agency.

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Marnix Dekker Security Expert and Information Security Officer, ENISA

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