ENISA: PETs controls matrix – A systematic approach for assessing online and mobile privacy tools
Following previous work in the field of privacy engineering, in 2016 ENISA defined the ‘PETs control matrix’, an assessment framework and tool for the systematic presentation and evaluation of online and mobile privacy tools for end users. The term ‘PET’ is used in the context of this work with a narrow focus, addressing standalone privacy tools or services (and not the broader concept of privacy enhancing technologies).
Final Report (Dec. 2016): PETs controls matrix – A systematic approach for assessing online and mobile privacy tools; Annex 1: PETs Control Matrix – Assessment Quastionnaires; Annex 2: PETs Control Matrix – Excel Tool (Windows version); Source: ENISA
ENISA: Report on Smart Hospitals and Smart Health Services/Infrastructures
ENISA, Smart Hospitals – Security and Resilience for Smart Health Service and Infrastructures (pdf)
This study proposes key recommendations for hospital information security executives and industry to enhance the level of information security in Smart Hospitals. Through the identification of assets and the related threats when IoT components are supporting a healthcare organisation the report described the Smart Hospital ecosystem and its specific objectives. Based on the analysis of documents and empirical data, and the detailed examination of attack scenarios found to be particularly relevant for smart hospitals, this document identifies mitigation techniques and good practices. […]
Based on the analysis of documents and empirical data, and the detailed examination of attack scenarios found to be particularly relevant for smart hospitals, the study proposes key recommendations primarily for hospital executives. […]