Finland in favour of continuing the operation of EU's information security agency
Finland is in favour of extending the mandate of the European Network and Information Security Agency ENISA by five years. Finland also supports modernising and improving the effectiveness of the agency's operations.
The Government expressed its views on the European Commission's proposals for organizing ENISA's operations in a communication to the Parliament.
ENISA was founded in 2004. The agency's current mandate expires in March 2012. ENISA is situated in Heraklion, Greece, and it is one of the smallest agencies of the EU.