eu-LISA Annual Conference and Industry Roundtable Summarieseu-LISA Annual Conference and Industry Roundtable SummariesOn 16 October 2019, eu-LISA hosted its sixth Annual Conference, "The New Information Architecture as a Driver for Efficiency and Effectiveness in Internal Security", in Tallinn, Estonia. The event - which was the first to take place since the provision of an extended mandate to the Agency through the approval of the new eu-LISA regulation - was organised under the auspices of the Finnish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The conference was followed by the eleventh eu-LISA Industry Roundtable, on 17 October 2019, titled “Towards Practical Implementation of the New JHA Information Architecture”. Both events attracted audience from all EU Member States, Schengen Associated Countries, EU institutions and EU Agencies, as well as industry and academia from across Europe, the United States and Canada.38{0b4e03b6-1177-4c03-a910-2cd131f3a3e0}
eu-LISA Industry Roundtable October 2019eu-LISA Industry Roundtable October 2019Main theme Towards Practical Implementation of the New JHA Information Architecture. The event was dedicated to discussing solutions for the implementation of the new interoperability architecture that are aligned with legal, functional and technical requirements.86{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
Interoperability - EU IT systems working together for a safer EuropeInteroperability - EU IT systems working together for a safer EuropeInteroperability is the ability of information systems to exchange data and enable the sharing of information. An efficient management of Europe’s border security and migration relies upon large, centralised information systems including Eurodac, the Schengen Information System (SIS) and the Visa Information System (VIS). eu-LISA is updating these systems and developing new ones - the Entry/Exit System (EES), the European Travel Information Authorisation System (ETIAS) and the European Criminal Records Information System – Third Country Nationals (ECRIS-TCN), with interoperability between them as a key requirement.20{9b47a889-222a-49cc-9a04-7eec81cf4ab9}<a href="/Publications/Documents/Leaflets2019/Interoperability%20(DE).pdf">Interoperability%20(DE).pdf</a><a href="/Publications/Documents/Leaflets2019/Interoperability%20(ET).pdf">Interoperability%20(ET).pdf</a><a href="/Publications/Documents/Leaflets2019/Interoperability%20(FR).pdf">Interoperability%20(FR).pdf</a>
ECRIS-TCN - European Criminal Records Information System - Third Country NationalsECRIS-TCN - European Criminal Records Information System - Third Country NationalsThe European Criminal Records Information System – Third Country Nationals (ECRIS-TCN), to be developed by eu-LISA, will be a centralised hit/no-hit system to supplement the existing EU criminal records database (ECRIS) on non-EU nationals convicted in the European Union. Once operational, it will allow Member States to quickly find out in which other Member State(s) information on previous convictions of a non-EU national is stored.21{9b47a889-222a-49cc-9a04-7eec81cf4ab9}<a href="/Publications/Documents/Leaflets2019/ECRIS-TCN%20(DE).pdf">ECRIS-TCN%20(DE).pdf</a><a href="/Publications/Documents/Leaflets2019/ECRIS-TCN%20(ET).pdf">ECRIS-TCN%20(ET).pdf</a><a href="/Publications/Documents/Leaflets2019/ECRIS-TCN%20(FR).pdf">ECRIS-TCN%20(FR).pdf</a>