Commission launched a public consultation on ENISA

By | Saturday January 21st, 2017

“ENISA is the Agency of the European Union tasked with contributing to the enhancement of the overall level of cybersecurity of the EU and its Member States. This consultation kicks off the review of ENISA, whose current mandate will come to an end in 2020. The European Commission welcomes the views of all interested stakeholders on ENISA’s past performances, as well as on a possible revision of its mandate in view of new challenges the EU faces in the cybersecurity field. The consultation is open until 12 April 2017.”

 

 

 

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Category: Data Breach Impact, Risk and Measures

About Giancarlo Butti

Deals with ICT, organization and legislation since the early 80s covering different roles: security manager, project manager, auditor at banking groups, consultant in security and privacy to companies of different sectors and sizes. Performs regular activity of dissemination through articles (over 700), books (21 between books and white papers also used as university texts, 8 collective works within the ABI LAB, Oracle Community for Security and CLUSIT), technical manuals, courses, seminars, conferences… participates in working groups to ABI LAB on Business Continuity, Risk and GDPR, ISACA-AIEA on GDPR and 263 Oracle Community for Security, UNINFO and the Committee of experts for the innovation of OMAT360. He is a member of the faculty of ABI Training. He is a partner and proboviro of ISACA-AIEA Member of CLUSIT and BCI. He is certified (LA BS7799), (LA ISO IEC 27001:2013), CRISC, ISM, DPO, CBCI, AMBCI.

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