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Our mission

Continuously supporting Member States effort through technology for a safer Europe:

  • Provide high-quality efficient services and solutions
  • Continuously align the capabilities of technology with the evolving needs of the Member States
  • Grow as a centre of excellence

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Our activities

Manage operations of the second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II), the Visa Information System (VIS) and EURODAC

  • Ensure highest levels of information security and data protection
  • Participate to implement new systems (research and development)
  • Provide training plans for national authorities on technical use of IT systems

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NUI Interconnection Webinar kicks-off Member State training for 2021https://www.eulisa.europa.eu/Newsroom/News/Pages/NUI-Interconnection-Webinar-kicks-off-Member-State-training-for-2021.aspxNUI Interconnection Webinar kicks-off Member State training for 202122/01/2021 10:00:00<p>Within the framework of EES-related training and its national uniform interface (NUI) aspects, eu-LISA delivered a webinar titled "NUI Interconnection Webinar" on the 15th January 2021. Continuing the trend of online courses, as opposed to face-to-face training, the first event of the year attracted 109 participants.</p><p>The aim of this webinar was to follow up and build on the results of the NUI Interconnection webinar, held in the last quarter of 2020, with a focus on the NUI connection to Member State infrastructure, and to provide additional clarifications as well as direct replies via an interactive Q&A session. The target group of the webinar was Data Centre Managers and Network Managers involved in the management of JHA-related IT systems.</p><p>During the online event, participants were given an introduction to the purpose of NUI, discussed inter NUI connection issues, talked about connectivity to National Infrastructure Network and, as mentioned above, took part in an in-depth Q&A session.</p><p>Information about Member State training, tailored and delivered by eu-LISA, can be found in the dedicated <a href="/AboutUs/MandateAndActivities/CoreActivities/Pages/Training.aspx" target="_blank">MS training section</a> of our website.<br></p>
ENISA and eu-LISA - Cooperation for a More Digitally Resilient Europehttps://www.eulisa.europa.eu/Newsroom/News/Pages/ENISA-and-euLISA-Cooperation-for-a-More-Digitally-Resilient-Europe.aspxENISA and eu-LISA - Cooperation for a More Digitally Resilient Europe08/01/2021 11:00:00<p>​Within the priorities of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the current Recovery Plan for Europe put forward by the European Commission, the words "digital" and "resilience" are prominent and at times used together. When combined they bring to mind IT-related challenges that need to be addressed to ensure a stronger and safer Europe for its citizens. One of the primary concerns is cybersecurity; and, given that this is a topic of common interest to the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA), it gives the two Agencies further impetus to work together to face this growing threat.</p><p>Earlier today Executive Directors Juhan Lepassaar (ENISA) and Krum Garkov (eu-LISA) signed a multiannual Cooperation Plan. The plan sets out activities that will provide benefits through joint actions to the Agencies themselves and to the EU Member States.</p><p>The three-year Cooperation Plan complements the existing regulations applicable to ENISA and eu-LISA, and lays out various actions within complimentary areas that the Agencies can draw benefits from by sharing knowledge, information and expertise. Information Security, Business Continuity, Research, Data Protection and Corporate Quality Management are among the priority areas identified for collaboration.</p><p>ENISA Executive Director Juhan Lepassaar "Securing our digital future is facilitated by sharing knowledge and expertise. This Cooperation Plan will allow our Agencies to find solutions together."</p><p>"With cybersecurity and digital resilience high on the European agenda for the coming years, it seems fitting to take the opportunity to strengthen our cooperation with ENISA and to boost our common contributions to the goals set for Europe's digital future. There are many areas where our respective consolidated expertise can be put to good use. The EU Cybersecurity Strategy, adopted by the Commission in December, is one of these and the fast changing landscape of cyber threats including the ensuing need to secure common cyber spaces are examples of where we can mutually assist each other. This renewed agreement is the best way to kick-off 2021 and eu-LISA is looking forward to extending its relationship with ENISA." said Krum Garkov, Executive Director of eu-LISA.</p><p>It is in the common interest of both Agencies to promote and share activities with their stakeholders and the general public in order to provide increased visibility and further improve awareness of their respective responsibilities and joint successes. For this reason, the Cooperation Plan includes core activity related plans, as well as communication and information sharing as important areas for joint actions.</p><p>Further Information:</p><ul><li><p> <a href="https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/cybersecurity-strategy">The EU CyberSecurity Strategy</a><br></p></li><li><p> <a href="https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32018R1726">eu-LISA Regulation</a></p></li><li><p> <a href="https://discover.eulisa.europa.eu/">Discover eu-LISA</a></p></li><li><p> <a href="https://enisa.europa.eu/">ENISA website</a></p></li><li><p> <a href="https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32019R0881&from=EN#d1e1444-15-1">Cybersecurity Act</a><br></p></li><li><p><a href="/Newsroom/News/Documents/Cooperation%20Plan%20with%20ENISA.pdf" target="_blank">Joint News Item</a><br></p></li></ul><p>For questions related to press and interviews, please contact</p><p> <a href="mailto:press@enisa.europa.eu">press (at) enisa.europa.eu</a> and <a href="mailto:press@eulisa.europa.eu">press (at) eulisa.europa.eu</a><br></p><p><img src="/Newsroom/News/PublishingImages/cooperation_plan_photo.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" /><br></p> <p></p>
The eu-LISA Bits and Bytes Issue 2https://www.eulisa.europa.eu/Newsroom/News/Pages/The-eu-LISA-Bits-and-Bytes-Issue-2.aspxThe eu-LISA Bits and Bytes Issue 220/12/2020 22:00:00<p>The European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA) is proud to present the second issue of <strong><a href="https://bit.ly/eu-LISA-Bits-Bytes" target="_blank">Bits & Bytes</a></strong>, a digital newsletter showcasing the Agency's recent progress and ongoing activities in the Justice and Home Affairs domain.<br></p><p>In this issue we take a look back at our flagship event - the 2020 Annual Conference - a fully virtual event, organised in cooperation with the German Presidency of the Council of the EU - as well as the impact the new Pact on Migration and Asylum will have on Eurodac.</p><p>Then we delve deeper into what has been a hot topic for the past years - Artificial Intelligence (AI). Read about the AI initiatives at eu-LISA, including a chat bot/ virtual assistant that is foreseen for the EU's future online visa application portal.<br></p><p>The eu-LISA Bits & Bytes can be accessed via an easy to remember link: <a href="https://bit.ly/eu-LISA-Bits-Bytes" target="_blank">bit.ly/eu-LISA-Bits-Bytes</a>.<br></p><p style="text-align:center;"> <a href="https://bit.ly/eu-LISA-Bits-Bytes" target="_blank"><img src="/Newsroom/News/PublishingImages/nl.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;max-width:75%;" /></a><br></p><p> <br> </p><br>

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eu-LISA Industry Roundtable 2020https://www.eulisa.europa.eu/Publications/Reports/IR2020Report.pdfeu-LISA Industry Roundtable 202020/12/2020 22:00:00On 3-5 November 2020, the European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA) hosted its 12th Industry Roundtable titled “Data Quality and Interoperability Addressing the Capability Gaps through Standardisation”. The online event brought together over 320 participants from more than 90 organisations and 35 countries, representing international border management and security industries, EU Member State authorities, EU Institutions and JHA Agencies as well as representatives of NGOs and Academia. This year’s edition of the eu-LISA Industry Roundtable focused the discussion on the challenges pertaining to data quality and access to data in context of the new information architecture for internal security, border and migration management. To address these challenges, we invited companies to present their solutions focusing on ensuring biometric data quality at the point of capture, ensuring the quality of alphanumeric and biometric data in large scale IT systems, as well as access to data.106{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
eu-LISA Single Programming Document 2021-2023https://www.eulisa.europa.eu/Publications/Corporate/SPD 2021-2023.pdfeu-LISA Single Programming Document 2021-202310/12/2020 22:00:00The aim of the Single Programming Document 2021–2023 is to set the activities to be executed by the Agency in 2021 as well as the allocation of available human and financial resources to them. It also provides a multiannual outlook until 2023 on planned major activities and projects.41{0b4e03b6-1177-4c03-a910-2cd131f3a3e0}