ENISA

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ENISAEuropean Network and Information Security Agency
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European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) (2009): Cloud Computing: Benefits, risks and recommendations for information security, Nov.
He added that in the three years that ENISA has been supporting the event, there was a growth in the number of countries participating.
ENISA was established in March 2004 (Regulation 460/2004), its global aim being to reinforce the ability of the EU (private and public sectors) to prevent, react to and manage problems linked to communication networks and information systems, such as computers.
FROM its balmy Mediterranean headquarters in Heraklion, ENISA undertakes effective work, issuing practical and useful advice to European Union (EU) businesses and governments about IT crime.
According to the ENISA, it is the biggest in the top ten threats in the field of emerging technologies (such as critical infrastructure, mobile devices and social media).
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) is recruiting officers this autumn, up to a full complement of 44.
Societe Maghrebine de Resines (Enisa), another ENIP-Repsol JV, was formed in 1991 to build a 10,000 t/y polyester resins plant at Arzew estimated to cost about $40m.
In 2011, 11 EU countries reported 51 severe outages of electronic communication networks or services, the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) wrote it its first-ever annual report on cyber incidents in the EU, which was published on 11 October(1).
Nicosia hopes to break the deadlock on reform of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA, repeal of Regulation 460/2004), whose mandate expires in September 2013.