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The study involved the evaluation of ENISA over the 2013-2016 period, assessing the Agency’s performance, governance and organisational structure, and positioning with respect to other EU and national bodies. The results of this study as well as the results of the public consultation were used as input to the impact assessment of the policy options for the review of the mandate of ENISA.
The public consultation took place between 18 January and 12 April 2017. It was conducted in the context of the evaluation and review of ENISA in accordance with Article 32 of Regulation (EU) No 526/2013. A full report has been published.
The European Commission and the High Representative have proposed a wide range of concrete measures that will further strengthen the EU’s cybersecurity structures and capabilities with more cooperation between the Member States and the different EU structures concerned. These measures will ensure that the EU is better prepared to face the ever-increasing cybersecurity challenges.
The public consultation took place between 18 January and 12 April 2017. It was conducted in the context of the evaluation and review of ENISA in accordance with Article 32 of Regulation (EU) No 526/2013. A summary report of the consultation is now available. The full report will be published by the end of July 2017. The results will feed into the design and the implementation of EU policy in the area of cybersecurity, and help prepare for the future of ENISA.
In order to scale up the EU’s response to cyber-attacks, improve cyber resilience and increase trust in the Digital single
market, the European Commission has proposed a European Union Cybersecurity Agency and the establishment of an EU cybersecurity certification framework.