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Kroes to step up online security measures

Wednesday 23 November 2011 | 11:25 CET | News
EU digital affairs commissioner Neelis Kroes announced plans to step up online security efforts in the EU. In a speech to the European Parliament, Kroes said this will include strengthening Enisa, the EU's digital security agency. She said Enisa should have the means to attract and retain the "very best IT security experts in Europe", and Enisa staff should "have the best conditions for networking". The agency added a mobile assistance team working out of Athens in October, and Kroes is looking for the parliament's backing to continue this. The EC and parliament are currently negotiating a

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