The European Commission has launched a public consultation to evaluate and review the performance of the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA). The consultation also covers a possible revision of its current mandate. The aim is to help shape the next stage of the EU’s response to cyber threats. Created in 2004, ENISA has been supporting the development and implementation of the EU's policy and legislation on cybersecurity. Its aim is to assist the European Institutions, Member States and the business community, by providing cybersecurity expertise, to respond to and prevent network and information security issues. In view of the new challenges the EU faces in the field of cybersecurity, the European Commission is asking for input on cybersecurity challenges and how to address them, including the role of an EU body such as ENISA. The consultation is open until 12 April 2017.