From: Telecompaper

The European Commission announced a public consultation to review the performance of the EU’s network security agency Enisa and consider a possible overhaul of its mission in the face of growing cybersecurity threats. The 2013 regulation on Ensia requires the Commission to conduct an evaluation of the agency by June 2018 and to assess the possible need to modify its mandate, which will come to an end in 2020. In view of the rapid evolution of the EU cybersecurity and digital privacy landscape, both on the threat and policy side, the Commission said it has brought forward the Enisa evaluation to this year.


The consultation is open for comment until 12 April.

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