Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe

Evangelos Ouzounis

Dr. Evangelos Ouzounis
Head of Unit – Secure Infrastructure and Services
ENISA – European Network and Information Security Agency
Greece

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Dr. Evangelos OUZOUNIS is the head of ENISA’s Secure Infrastructure and Services Unit. His unit implements EU Commission’s CIIP action plan, facilitates Member States efforts towards a harmonised implementation of incident reporting scheme (article 13 a & article 4 of new Telecom Package), contributes to the development of the NIS Platform and develops good practices for national cyber security strategies.
ENISA’s Secure Infrastructure and Services Unit runs also numerous studies on cyber security aspects of critical sectors and services like Industrial Control Systems-SCADA, Smart Grids, Cloud Computing, Finance and Interconnected Networks. The Unit also organised in the past the first CIIP exercises (e.g. Cyber Europe 2012/10, Cyber Atlantic 2011).
Prior to his position at ENISA, Dr. Ouzounis worked several years at the European Commission, DG Information Society and Media (DG INFSO). He contributed significantly to EU Commission’s R&D strategy and policies on securing Europe’s infrastructures and services.
Dr. Ouzounis was co-founder of Electronic Commerce Centre of Competence (ECCO) at Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FhG-FOKUS, Berlin, Germany). He led and managed more than 20 pan European and International R&D projects.
Dr. Ouzounis holds a Ph.D from the Technical University of Berlin and a master in computer engineering and informatics from the Technical University of Patras, Greece. He was a lecturer at Technical University of Berlin, wrote 2 books and more than 20 peer reviewed academic papers and chaired several international conferences.

Presentation: Enhancing the Security of Critical Infrastructures and Services – ENISA’s approach

– Critical Information Infrastructures
– EU Commission’s Policy on CIIP
– Incident Reporting
– Public Private Partnerships