European Organisation for Security (EOS)

10, rue Montoyer Brussels, B-1000 Belgium

The European Organisation for Security ­‐ EOS was created in 2007 by European private sector providers from all domains of security solutions and services. Its members represents all relevant domains of the economy (ICT-Information and Communication Technologies, civil security, energy, transport, finance, services and research) across 13 different European countries.

Its work and purpose is to provide a platform of collaborative work, insightful exchange of ideas, and best practices between the European Institutions and the security industry and research centers. EOS’ main objective is the development of a harmonised European security market that satisfies political, societal and economic needs through the efficient use of budgets and the implementation of innovative solutions in priority areas like cyber-security, border control, civil protection / crisis management, protection of critical infrastructures…

Therefore, EOS liaises with policy‐makers, the EU institutions and Agencies, Member States, international organisations and European sectoral and national organisations. EOS has proven experience with dissemination, communication, validation, and networking tasks outside and within the ambit of FP7 projects (e.g. EURACOM, STRAW, CRISYS, CONTAIN, COPRA and the ICT­‐PSP project SEMIRAMIS). Its Task Force on Privacy and Data Protection has been active in understanding PbD challenges and in developing a related Position Paper, EOS looked amongst others into the impact culture has on the human factor in civil protection efforts. As the interlocutor of the private sector in the European Security domain, EOS has an extraordinary track record in contributing to the European policy-­agenda-‐setting.

Mari Kert

Cybersecurity Policy Manager

Alberto Curatolo

EOS Operational Coordination Manager

Luigi Rebuffi


Katsiaryna Kliuyeva

EOS Project Manager

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