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1 month visit to ENISA by Polish DPA members through Da Vinci Programme

ENISA hosted two members of the Polish Data Protection Authority , Ms.Beata Batorowicz and Ms.Dorota Sitek, throughout June. They were seconded to the Agency’s Information Security and Data Protection Unit, in ENISA’s branch office in Athens. During their visit the guests brought valuable knowledge from their organisation, got involved in projects run by ENISA and learned about new working methods and terminologies.

Published on July 05, 2013

Polish DPA members pictured together with ENISA staff

 

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.

 

More on the Polish DPA:

http://www.giodo.gov.pl/168/j/en/

More on the Da Vinci Lifelong Learning Progamme:

http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong-learning-programme/index_en.htm

 

 

 

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