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Industry Roundtable Report published Roundtable Report published06/01/2017 14:00:00<p>​<span style="color:#000000;font-family:verdana;font-size:14px;font-style:normal;font-weight:normal;letter-spacing:normal;text-align:start;text-indent:0px;text-transform:none;white-space:normal;word-spacing:0px;background-color:#f4f4f4;float:none;">On the 28th October 2016 eu-LISA hosted an Industry Roundtable entitled "Interoperable IT systems fo</span>r Europe: Towards more Harmonisation, Quality and Efficiency" in Tallinn, Estonia.</p><p>eu-LISA started the meeting by delivering a presentation based on the Commission’s Communication on Stronger and Smarter IT Systems for Borders and Security, the concept of interoperability as presented therein was introduced, potential benefits for stakeholders highlighted and possible approaches to implementation discussed.</p><p>In follow up discussions, the need for standardisation of data entries in order to be able to query multiple systems in a harmonised manner was emphasised. The importance of data quality in interoperable systems was also frequently mentioned. Obstacles that need to be overcome were noted, including the need to present solutions that complement those already in place at national level and that add value to all stakeholders.</p><p><a href="/Publications/Reports/Industry%20Roundtable%20Oct%202016.pdf"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">Read the full Report!</span></a><br></p>
EU Agencies Forum at the European Parliament Agencies Forum at the European Parliament29/11/2016 13:00:00<p>​On December 6-7, the EU Agencies Forum, a major conference dedicated to the work of the Agencies and their contribution to the Junker Commission priorities, will take place in the European Parliament.</p><p>The Forum will be addressed by the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, and Kristalina Georgieva, Vice-President of the European Commission.</p><p>MEPs and stakeholders from business, industry and civil society will also attend the Forum, which will also see the presentation of two studies on the Agencies and their work.</p><p>The Forum is organised by the <a href="" target="_blank"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">EU Agencies Network</span></a>, which brings together 44 EU Agencies and Joint Undertakings and acts a collective voice for its members.</p><p>For more information on the Forum, click <a href="" target="_blank"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">here</span></a>.<br>Follow the EU Agencies on Twitter: #euagencies #euagenciesforum</p><p>See the Agenda of the Forum <a href="" target="_blank"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">here</span></a>.<br>Register to attend <a href="" target="_blank"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">here</span></a>.</p><p> <br> </p>
LIBE Committee delegation visits eu-LISA Committee delegation visits eu-LISA03/11/2016 14:00:00<p>​On 3 November a delegation of the LIBE Committee of the European Parliament visited eu-LISA. The delegation is part of the regular visits of the LIBE Committee to the JHA Agencies under its responsibilities. Topics addressed during the meeting touched on the three large-scale IT systems eu-LISA is responsible for (Eurodac, SIS II and VIS), the agency's role in the proposed Entry Exit System and modifications to the Eurodac Regulation to name a few.</p><p>Today's meeting has come at a time when many proposals that could potentially affect eu-LISA's work are being discussed and the agency appreciates the possibility to discuss these directly with the delegation.<br></p>
Mobile Malware Week Malware Week25/10/2016 09:00:00<p>eu-LISA is proud to announce that we will take part of the European <strong>Mobile Malware Awareness Campaign</strong> during the last week of the <a href=""><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">European Cyber Security Month</span></a>, together with 22 Member States, 3 non-EU countries, ENISA and Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (<a href=""><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">EC3</span></a>). </p><p>All of us use smartphones or tablets but do we know how to protect these devices from cybercrime, loss of money or from being controlled by a stranger? Every year, law enforcement around the EU records an increase in mobile malware and related criminal activities. </p><p>To raise awareness about this criminal phenomenon and its consequences, we introduce this week an overview of the threats and key vulnerabilities of the mobile devices. You will also learn <strong>HOW</strong> to download apps, do internet banking and connect to WI-FI in a secure way and how to avoid becoming a victim of mobile ransomware. </p><p>Follow eu-LISA's communication campaign via our social media channels, the campaign's <a href=""><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">website</span></a>  and its <a href=""><strong>#MobileMalware</strong></a> tag. Don't forget to watch the campaign's <a href=""><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">video</span></a> too!</p><ul><li><a href="/Newsroom/News/Documents/CyberSecMonth2016/Infosheet%20-%20Private%20Users_LISA.pdf"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">Infographics – private user</span></a></li><li><a href="/Newsroom/News/Documents/CyberSecMonth2016/Infosheet%20-%20Business_LISA.pdf"><span class="ms-rteStyle-Link">Infographics – business</span></a></li></ul>

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