ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, is a centre of expertise for cyber security in Europe. ENISA helps the EU and EU countries to be better equipped and prepared to prevent, detect and respond to information security problems.
ENISA provides practical advice and solutions for the public and private sector in EU countries and for the EU institutions. This includes:
ENISA also publishes reports and studies on cyber security issues. It has produced studies on:
ENISA helps to draft EU policy and law on network and information security. This also contributes to economic growth in Europe’s internal market.
More information about ENISA's work in its annual work programme
As laid down in the EU Regulations No 460/2004 and No 526/2013 concerning the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, the bodies of the Agency comprise an Executive Director, a Management Board, an Executive Board and a Permanent Stakeholders group.
ENISA’s daily work is set out in the Agency’s annual work programme which is drawn up every year after wide-ranging consultations with ENISA’s Management and Executive Board.
ENISA has also developed a strong network of stakeholders in both the public and private sector and seeks to achieve:
The Agency also supports other EU agencies such as:
ENISA’s main target group is public sector organisations, specifically:
The Agency also serves: