Strong Cooperation Key to Effective Cybersecurity Policy, ENISA Evaluation Finds


internet securityThe preliminary results of the report of the public consultation on the evaluation, and review, of the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) have recently published. Among the significant findings, a vast majority of respondents thought that the current instruments for dealing with cyber security threats at the EU level were not enough. The most frequently suggested solution was to strengthen EU cooperation mechanisms between Member States, particularly at the operational level. Stronger public-private partnership in cyber security, more research and education, and improving curricular development on cyber security as a top priority were also among proposed solutions. Despite the dissatisfaction with the response capabilities, most respondents rated ENISA’s performance as of good quality and coherent with national efforts.

The public consultation took place between 18 January and 12 April 2017. The full report will be published by the end of July 2017.

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