EU states extend life of Internet security body, ENISA

European Union telecoms ministers agreed on Thursday to extend the life of the bloc’s Internet security watchdog by three years as threats to the Web increase.The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), a small body set up in 2004, was due to be closed down next year. But rising cyber-crime and attacks such as one suffered by EU member Estonia last year has triggered a rethink.

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