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ENISA met the new members of its Permanent Stakeholders Group today in Athens

The first meeting of the recently elected Permanent Stakeholders’ Group (PSG) was held in Athens on 29 and 30 November 2017, during which topics of the Agency's forthcoming work programmes were discussed.

Published on November 30, 2017

The current PSG consisting of 33 top IT-security experts, has been appointed following an open Call for Expression of Interest for Membership earlier this year. A new PSG is appointed every 2 ½ years, and the current group will serve from 2017-2020. 

The group is composed of “nominated members” from three organizations namely Europol, BEREC and Art.29 Working Party and members appointed “ad personam”, a total of 33 members from all over Europe.

The PSG advises the Executive Director on the development of the Agency’s work programme, and on ensuring the communication with the relevant stakeholders on all related issues.

The full list of the PSG members can be downloaded from here.


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