Ten years after the adoption of the first ENISA regulation by the EU (Council and European Parliament) in 2004, cyber security is even more crucial for the economy of Europe. Security is high on the political agenda, as all of society is dependent on secure critical information infrastructure.
To mark its gratitude to the local authorities for the excellent support, the Agency met today, Crete’s Governor Mr Stavros Arnaoutaki's, the Vice Governor (Heraklion), Mr Evripidis Koukiadakis and the Deputy Mayors, Mr Gialitakis Nikolaos and Mr. Giorgos Aerakis. The meeting took place in the building of the Region of Crete.The governor and the Deputy Mayors were presented with an ENISA 10 years cake, and plaques as symbolic tokens of appreciation.
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