They said: "Our impressions of ENISA are very positive. We had the opportunity to have an insight into the work of the European Agency, which is key to network and information security. Taking into account that each year there is a significant increase in on-line incidents, as well as development of the new technologies that might increasingly interfere with citizens' privacy, awareness of the work of the Agency is very stimulating".
The visit to ENISA was organised as part of the European Commission's “Leonardo da Vinci” Lifelong Learning Programme.
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