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Position paper - EU Cybersecurity Competence Centre and Network
Stronger EU cooperation is essential to enhance Europe’s cyber-resilience and should be based on harmonisation, public-private partnership and global cooperation. Cyber-resilience is contingent with operators and providers using state of the art technologies and solutions regardless of their provenance. Therefore, it is fundamental that the future EU Cybersecurity Competence Centre and Network - and thus the Digital Europe and Horizon 2020 funding programmes - do not lead to restrict unnecessarily third-country participation, including in public procurement procedures. Furthermore, the future Centre & Network should be build on a solid governance system which gives an important role to ENISA, ensures consistency in national chapters and contributes to on-going international work.