1.Copyright: © ENISA
Unless it is stated otherwise, reproduction of data, text, photographs, software and other types of multimedia content, published on this web site is authorized for informative, academic and research purposes only, provided that the source is acknowledged. Where prior permission must be obtained for the reproduction or use of data, text, photographs, software and other types of multimedia content published on this web site the above mentioned permission shall be cancelled and restrictions shall be imposed through a specific legal notice published as appropriate. Enquiries regarding authorization for reproduction can be sent to the contact form.
1.2 Logo of ECSM
The reproduction of the logo is permitted provided that the source is acknowledged and the logo is used for informative, academic and research purposes as well as for press and media related purposes. All other uses are prohibited unless permission is requested. For enquiries regarding authorization for reproduction please use the contact form.
2.1 Scope of this web site
The scope of this web site is to serve informative purposes and to link towards the content providers, only, to the exclusion of any other. This web site will be updated from time to time according to the information received from partners, the content providers. Please check for current information.
2.2 Technical errors
As this is an informative web site no warranties are offered regarding the error-free operation of this web site or material accessed, operated on or downloaded through this web site.
2.3 Third party sources
Third party sources and links to their services are quoted where necessary for the purposes of this web site as appropriate.
3. Data protection
3.1 Personal data protection policy
ENISA is an EU body committed to and regulated for the protection it affords to personal data. ENISA adheres to and is regulated underof the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community, institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 constitutes the general ENISA policy on personal data protection.
ENISA is supervised by the European Data Protection Supervisor that acts as an independent supervisory authority. For more information please visit:
3.3 Data protection officer
An appointed Data Protection Officer ensures that ENISA observes the requirements of the ENISA data protection policy as stipulated in Regulation (EC) No 45/2001. For more information contact: data protection address.
3.4 Data collection
Sometimes ENISA invites or collects information through web forms or by activating the end user’s email client and inviting an email. ENISA might also require collecting some personal data in order to make available certain services through its web site. ENISA collects such data as it might be strictly necessary in order to deliver the service concerned. ENISA treats such collected personal data according to the policy described in Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 mentioned above.