8 September 2021

On the occasion of the 2021 International Cybersecurity Forum, the National Cybersecurity Agency of France (ANSSI) defends the future of European cybersecurity, based on cooperation and solidarity. After a long term work to build a common and shared framework in Europe, the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) in 2022 will be the opportunity to strengthen European sovereignty in cybersecurity. The revision of the NIS Directive, the cybersecurity of the European institutions, the development of a trusted industrial base and European solidarity in case of a major crisis will be the French priorities for the first half of 2022.

ANSSI attends the Slovenian cyber conference

2 September 2021

ANSSI’s general director, Guillaume Poupard, will attend the Slovenian cybersecurity conference, in the wings of the Bled strategic Forum, on September 3rd to express the agency’s support in regards of the European Union Council Slovenian presidency. France’s presidency will follow and start on January 1st, 2022.

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Ransomware attacks, all concerned – How to prevent them and respond to an incident

7 September 2021

Ransomware attacks are increasing in frequency and sophistication. They can have serious consequences on business continuity or even endanger the survival of the targeted organisation. In order to address this unprecedented situation and within the framework of a governmental initiative, the ANSSI, in partnership with the DACG, publishes the guide Ransomware attacks, all concerned – […]

Organising a cyber crisis management exercise

7 September 2021

In a context of growing and ever changing cyber threat, it is essential to be prepared to react. For this, the organisation of cyber crisis management exercises is fundamental. Carried out in partnership with the Club de la Continuité d’Activité (Business Continuity Club, CCA) and with the contribution of ENISA, this guide is the result […]

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