LEAD EXPERTS CERTIFICATION
The Jobholder will be responsible for the following tasks: Provide input into the design of cybersecurity certification schemes for products, services and processes. Draft cybersecurity certification schemes on the basis of input provided b...
LEAD EXPERTS CERTIFICATION

ENISA-TA-AD-2019-01

The Jobholder will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Provide input into the design of cybersecurity certification schemes for products, services and processes.
  • Draft cybersecurity certification schemes on the basis of input provided by stakeholders in the private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions.
  • Foster co-operation across various stakeholders involved in the cybersecurity certification framework, developing and maintaining contact with relevant private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions.
  • Support the design and implementation of an internal governance system including internal processes, procedures, systems (including information systems) and training to support the cybersecurity certification framework activities of the Agency. Identify suitable tools and practices to support the above. Carry out analyses on the internal market impact of the cybersecurity certification framework.
  • Contribute to the support function of the Agency towards Member States and the European Commission within the European Cybersecurity Certification Group as well as the Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group.
  • Contribute to the setting up and administering of Ad hoc Expert groups to support the preparation of candidate certification schemes.
  • Support the cooperation of the Agency with Standards Developing Organisations.
  • Assist and advise the Agency in its dialogue with private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions and other stakeholders as appropriate to address cybersecurity certification related challenges and, when called upon, in the framework of technical preparatory work to update and support proposals regarding European legislation in cybersecurity.
  • Promote and develop good practices, risk assessment, risk management and training.
  • Track the development of certification initiatives for products, services and processes in cybersecurity and promote their use.
  • Take on additional responsibilities as required in the interest of the service.

2019-03-21

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LEAD EXPERTS CERTIFICATION
The Jobholder will be responsible for the following tasks: Provide input into the design of cybersecurity certification schemes for products, services and processes. Draft cybersecurity certification schemes on the basis of input provided b...
LEAD EXPERTS CERTIFICATION

ENISA-TA-AD-2019-01-IAM

The Jobholder will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Provide input into the design of cybersecurity certification schemes for products, services and processes.
  • Draft cybersecurity certification schemes on the basis of input provided by stakeholders in the private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions.
  • Foster co-operation across various stakeholders involved in the cybersecurity certification framework, developing and maintaining contact with relevant private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions.
  • Support the design and implementation of an internal governance system including internal processes, procedures, systems (including information systems) and training to support the cybersecurity certification framework activities of the Agency. Identify suitable tools and practices to support the above. Carry out analyses on the internal market impact of the cybersecurity certification framework.
  • Contribute to the support function of the Agency towards Member States and the European Commission within the European Cybersecurity Certification Group as well as the Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group.
  • Contribute to the setting up and administering of Ad hoc Expert groups to support the preparation of candidate certification schemes.
  • Support the cooperation of the Agency with Standards Developing Organisations.
  • Assist and advise the Agency in its dialogue with private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions and other stakeholders as appropriate to address cybersecurity certification related challenges and, when called upon, in the framework of technical preparatory work to update and support proposals regarding European legislation in cybersecurity.
  • Promote and develop good practices, risk assessment, risk management and training.
  • Track the development of certification initiatives for products, services and processes in cybersecurity and promote their use.
  • Take on additional responsibilities as required in the interest of the service.

2019-03-21

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Seconded National Experts (SNEs)
The successful SNE will be mainly assigned to the Core Operations Department of the Agency’s. Depending on the Agency’s needs, applications received through this call may also be considered for the recruitment of similar profile within other ope...
Seconded National Experts (SNEs)

ENISA-SNE-2019-02

The successful SNE will be mainly assigned to the Core Operations Department of the Agency’s. Depending on the Agency’s needs, applications received through this call may also be considered for the recruitment of similar profile within other operational activities of the Agency. The main areas of responsibilities can be seen in the call.

Candidates must send their applications (CV in Europass format and motivation letter, both documents in English) to their Permanent Representations. Applications are forwarded by the Permanent Representations to ENISA.

Please note that ENISA only accepts applications submitted through the Permanent Representation, applications from individuals will not be accepted.

 

2020-03-18

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Traineeship Notice
Applications for traineeships at ENISA are accepted in the following areas: 1. Network Information Security (NIS): in the following areas: - Security technologies - Security & resilience of communications networks - Critical Information Infras...
Traineeship Notice

ENISA-STAGE-2015-01

Applications for traineeships at ENISA are accepted in the following areas:

1. Network Information Security (NIS): in the following areas: - Security technologies - Security & resilience of communications networks - Critical Information Infrastructure - NIS standardisation & regulation - Electronic Identity & authentication technologies - Information Security Statistics - Economics of NIS;

2. Administration and Support: in the following areas - General Administration - Financial Administration, Human Resources - Internal Audit - Legal - Information Technology (IT).

Only applications specifying the chosen area (if Administration and Support, the exact area needs to be specified) will be considered. Applications received without this information will be dismissed.

CORRIGENDUM: Please note that there has been an update on the tasks of the IT Traineeship profile, reflected in the current traineeship notice.

For any enquiry or technical issues related to the submission of the application form, please send an email to: traineeship@enisa.europa.eu.

 

2020-06-18

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