Joining ENISA’s Permanent Stakeholder Group

Today I attended my first ENISA PSG meeting. Learn more about the ENISA PSG from the ENISA News Feed:

The Permanent Stakeholders’ Group (PSG) consisting of 30 top IT-security experts, has been appointed following an open Call for Expression of Interest for Membership earlier this year. ENISA has held the first meeting of its new Permanent Stakeholders’ Group on Thursday, 13 September 2012

A new PSG is appointed every 2 ½ years, and the current group will serve from 2012-2015.

The meeting was held at ENISA’s branch office in Athens, giving the new PSG members the opportunity to learn more about the Agency’s work in its effort to empower ‘cyber-security’ in Europe.

Executive Director Professor Udo Helmbrecht said: “We have recruited a highly skilled and experienced group of experts. ENISA’s future is extremely exciting and I am pleased to have them on board to assist me in developing the Agency’s Work Programme and giving advice on Network Information Security (NIS)”.

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

ENISA PSG

ENISA PSG

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