ENISA Safer Internet Day Supporter
ENISA – Safer Internet Day supporter
ENISA is the European Union’s “cyber security” agency, working with the EU, its member states, the private sector, the academic world and Europe’s citizens to promote higher levels of network and information security.
The Agency helps to promote a safer Internet safer in many ways. For example, part of the Agency’s work deals with how risks involved with emerging areas, such as social media and appstores can be reduced, so helping Europe’s citizens to stay safe in their online lives.
ENISA’s latest reports for a safer Internet include:
The agency also publishes a range of Safer Internet posters, available in six European languages, for parents or teachers to use with children. The consolidated ENISA report on Network Information Security in Education with material to be used with youth was published on January 2011.
Other areas of ENISA’s work deal with the protection of Europe’s critical information infrastructure and how it can be protected from damage or deliberate attacks. The Agency also works closely with European Union bodies and EU Member State governments to develop cross-border communities committed to improving network and information security.
In all of its areas of work, ENISA seeks to act as a centre of expertise, promoting good practice and supporting the work of the Member States and all of the Agency’s stakeholders.
Further information about ENISA and its work can be found at www.enisa.europa.eu.