ENISA’s Executive Director, Professor Udo Helmbrecht, met yesterday (19th March) with the Deputy Minister of the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, Mr. Michalis Papadopoulos, and the Secretary General Mr. Menelaos Daskalakis.
The meeting took place in Athens and the main topic was the follow up of discussions at the recent Cyber Security Conference of the Greek EU Presidency, regarding possible future cooperation of ENISA with the Greek Government.
In conjunction with this meeting, the ENISA is turning ten, and is looking at future challenges. Ten years after the adoption of the first ENISA regulation by the EU, cyber security is even more crucial for the economy. As such, cyber security is high on the political agenda.
The Executive Director of ENISA, Professor Udo Helmbrecht, commented:
“We thank our Greek authorities at both central and local levels for their excellent support during the first ten years of the Agency. Greece has been a very generous and helping partner, making its utmost to facilitate our life for the Agency and its staff, and to resolve any challenges. We now we look forward to our further collaboration.”
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