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Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL Concerning the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)

Abstract

The proposed Regulation aims to strengthen and modernise the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), and to establish a new mandate for a period of five years.
The proposal includes some key changes as compared to the original Regulation:
(1) More flexibility, adaptability and capability to focus.
(2) Better alignment of the Agency to the Union’s policy and regulatory process.
(3) Interface with the fight against cybercrime.
(4) Strengthened governance structure.
(5) Streamlining Procedures.
(6) Gradual increase of resources.
(7) Option of extending the term of office of the Executive Director.

Process

 

 

Commission Status

 

30/09/2010 Proposal Adopted by European Commission
Next Action: TBA

 

EU Parliament Status

 

01/10/2010 Received from Commission
Next Action: Will be allocated to relevant Parliamentary Committee(s)

 

Council Status

 

03/12/2010 Discussions at Council
Next Action: TBA

 

Additional Comments

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