First ENISA-EuroPol meeting taking place in Crete
On the Monday 30/01, the first ENISA-EuroPol meeting which was taking place in Crete took place.
Published on January 30, 2012
The European ‘cyber security’ Agency ENISA, and the European Law Enforcement Agency EuroPol will have an operational meeting, for the first time taking place in Crete, Heraklion, at the ENISA premises.
ENISA is a body working in the prevention field of cyber security, supporting the Member States and EU-Institutions and bodies, whereas EuroPol is an operational law enforcement body, ‘pursuing cybercriminals’, and working closely with the Member States’ judicial and law enforcement bodies.
At the meeting, hosted by Prof. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA, the Agency will present its 2012 Work Programme with particular focus on cybercrime prevention support topics; workshops and training, Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) and Legal aspects of international information sharing. Also EuroPol will present their activities in related areas. Together, these EU-bodies will lay the final touches to a forthcoming Memorandum of Understanding between ENISA and EuroPol.
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