Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: ZITiS

  • Plans for more data exchange: EU agreement with Interpol delayed

    Plans for more data exchange: EU agreement with Interpol delayed

    So far, only EU states and Europol are allowed to access databases at Interpol, but soon Frontex and the new public prosecutor’s office will be allowed to do so as well. The EU Parliament has drawn red lines for the negotiations. As an intergovernmental organisation, Interpol aims to facilitate international police cooperation in the field […]

  • German interior minister cybers the Constitution

    German interior minister cybers the Constitution

    According to a new concept, federal authorities are to be given hacking powers, with the Ukraine war cited as the reason The Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) in Bonn is the German government’s top authority for digital information security issues in the state, economy and society. Details are set out in a BSI law […]

  • Information systems at Europol: Fishing the „data lake“ with a new dragnet

    Information systems at Europol: Fishing the „data lake“ with a new dragnet

    The EU police agency has completely restructured its information systems. German authorities are by far the main users for storage and query. Through a parliamentary question, the successor of Palantir software at Europol is now known. The European Police Agency in The Hague has various databases, the largest of which is the centralised „Europol Information […]

  • Germany: The state hacks along

    Germany: The state hacks along

    With the temporary exception of the Federal Police, all German police agencies and secret services are now allowed to hack into computers and telephones. This is an extremely deep invasion of privacy On 10 June, the Bundestag massively expanded the use of state trojan horse programmes. A bill on the „adaptation of the law on […]