Introducing ENISA: Securing European Networks
Based in Greece
Rossella Mattioli is Security and Resilience of Communication Networks Officer in ENISA and works to foster security and resilience of European communication networks with particular focus on Internet infrastructure and critical information infrastructures. She holds a MSc in Engineering with main specialization in Cybersecurity at Tallinn University of Technology and a BA in Communication Sciences. In the past she participated in the ICANN DNS Security and Stability Analysis working group and IETF Managed Incident Lightweight Exchange working group. Prior to focus on infrastructure security and resilience, she was the intranet manager of a major financial group in Italy for 9 years coordinating an internal network of over 6,000 employees.
ENISA, the European Union Agency for Network & Information Security, is an independent body of expertise, set up by the European Union, to secure Europe’s information society. It was founded in 2004 to facilitate the exchange of information between EU institutions, the public and the private sector…