Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Denmark

  • „Partial unavailability“: Largest EU police database repeatedly down

    „Partial unavailability“: Largest EU police database repeatedly down

    Since the Schengen Information System has been run by an EU agency, it has failed completely on at least 34 occasions. The latest incidents are only now being made public. The Schengen Information System (SIS II), launched in 1995, is the largest European information system. As a police database, it forms the digital backbone of […]

  • European Court of Justice: Controls at the Schengen borders may not be extended arbitrarily

    European Court of Justice: Controls at the Schengen borders may not be extended arbitrarily

    Some EU members still control their internal borders excessively. However, exceeding the time limit of six months is incompatible with the Schengen Borders Code. Governments and the EU Commission must now react. The lifting of internal border controls is often praised as the greatest achievement of the European Union. However, especially for migration control, many […]

  • EU drones: Permanent permit for maritime surveillance

    EU drones: Permanent permit for maritime surveillance

    This year, the EU is again conducting drone flights for many Member States. Due to many unfulfilled requests, unmanned capabilities are now being expanded. Two drones from Austria and Portugal have become established for coastguard missions. One of the manufacturers has now received a Europe-wide certificate for the first time. The European Maritime Safety Agency […]

  • EU extends maritime surveillance with drones

    EU extends maritime surveillance with drones

    Three EU agencies are responsible for maritime safety, in an agreement they want to benefit from joint reconnaissance capabilities. Drone flights are used for border, fisheries and customs controls, law enforcement and environmental protection. Seven European states are currently participating and an enlargement is planned. The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has extended its drone […]