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European Network and Information Security Agency

ENISA – securing Europe's information society

Given their vital role in modern lives and economies, computers, mobile phones, banks and the internet must work together properly.

ENISA’s role is to ensure the high level of network and information security necessary in the EU by:

  • giving expert advice on network and information security to national authorities and EU institutions
  • acting as a forum for sharing best practice
  • facilitating contacts between EU institutions, national authorities and businesses.

Together with the EU institutions and national authorities, ENISA seeks to develop a culture of security for information networks across the EU.

 

Udo Helmbrecht,
Executive Director

Postal address:
ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency)
P.O. Box 1309
71001 Heraklion - Crete
Greece