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ENISA recruiting Legal Officer


Athens, Greece, 30 April 2019

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ENISA is looking for recruiting a Legal Officer-Cybersecurity Certification. The place of employment is Athens, Greece.

Job description

The Jobholder will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Provide input into the design of cybersecurity certification schemes for specific products, services and processes particularly with regard to legal aspects thereof.

  • Carry out legal assessments of operational input to the promulgation process of certification schemes.

  • Support fostering co-operation across various stakeholders involved in the cybersecurity certification framework, developing and maintaining contact with relevant private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions.

  • Support the legal and procedural aspects of the design and implementation of an internal governance system including internal processes, procedures, systems (including information systems) and training to support the cybersecurity certification framework activities of the Agency. Support analyses on the internal market impact of the cybersecurity certification framework.

  • Contribute to the support function of the Agency towards Member States and the European Commission within the European Cybersecurity Certification Group as well as the Industry Advisory Group.

  • Support the administering of the intellectual property rights (IPR) policy of the Agency, particularly in the area of cybersecurity certification and assist in developing the IPR framework further.

  • Support the Agency in handling complaints in operational areas including cybersecurity certification.

  • Assist the line management in ensuring that the approach to certification and the associated deliverables are aligned with the legal basis on cybersecurity certification.

  • Contribute to the execution of the Union rolling plan on cybersecurity certification.

  • Co-ordinate tenders and supervise contracts related to the cybersecurity certification activity supported by associated public procurement functions of the Agency.

  • Assist and advise the Agency in its dialogue with private, and public sector organisations and the EU institutions and other stakeholders as appropriate to address cybersecurity certification related challenges and, when called upon, in the framework of technical preparatory work to update and support proposals regarding European legislation in cybersecurity.

  • Take on additional responsibilities as required in the interest of the service.

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