The management board of the European Union's Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, designated in July its new executive director, Juhan Lepassaar, and he started his duties on 16 October. He will be leading the agency, which has just achieved a permanent mandate within the provisions of the Cybersecurity Act, that increases the Agency's role in cyber crisis coordination and response.
Lepassaar, Estonian, has been a strong supporter of the development of the cybersecurity policy as Head of cabinet ...
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