European Organisation for Security (EOS)
WARNING: As this organisation lists one or more EP accredited lobbyists, it is highly improbable that its lobbying costs are lower than €10,000.
WARNING: The lobbying costs declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.
100,000€ - 199,999€
Lobbyists declared: 3 FTE (3)
WARNING: The number of full time equivalent lobbyists declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.
Lobbyists with EP accreditation: 3
Meetings with European Commission: 16
Lobbying costs over the years:
European Organisation for Security (EOS)
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Goals / Remit
EOS’ main objective is the development of a harmonised European Security Market in close cooperation with users from the public and private sector, while satisfying political, social and economic needs, through the efficient use of budgets and the implementation of available security solutions and services in priority areas, following European policies, societal and economic priorities.
In order to develop the security market, EOS supports the development of security systems and services at the European level that can subsequently be introduced into Member States’ and the global security market.
EOS aims at responding to the need for defragmentation of the European security market and to improve the knowledge of end-users’ operational needs by:
•providing coherent links across different sectors (with associations and members of various associations in the domain of ICT (including cyber security), Civil Protection, Border Control, and the Protection of Critical Infrastructures, and different European countries, as well as with different European Institutions and, where necessary, national or international Organisations (e.g. UN), while also promoting global approaches (architectures and integrated systems);
•establishing a dialogue between the public and private sectors at the highest level.
Together with its Members, EOS also works on improving the knowledge of policy makers on the existing and future solutions as well as on the position of the European Security Supply Sector proposing the European and national administrations common recommendations prepared by the experts of EOS Member companies for the development of concrete actions in the different security sectors.
The subjects matters of the main lobbying activities performed by EOS relate to: Home affairs, the EU's Internal and External Security Border Control: Border Management and Surveillance Civil and Citizens' Protection including CBRN and disaster management Cyber Security (including cyber crime and Critical Information Infrastructure Protection) Critical Infrastructure Protection : transport and energy infrastructures security Transversal issues: industrial security policy, data protection and privacy, standardisation and interoperability Research activities and funding
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Lobbyists with EP accreditation
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Clients generating a turnover of 0-9999 €
ALTRAN TECHNOLOGIES FRANCE
KEMEA(CENTER FOR SECURITY STUDIES)
ENGINEERING INGEGNERIA INFORMATICA SPA
NAVAL GROUP SA
LAUREA UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
IDEMIA IDENTITY & SECURITY SAS
LINK CAMPUS UNIVERSITY (LCU)
TNO INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES BV
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Expert groups (European Commission)
EU Rail Passenger Security Platform#E03621 #http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=groupDetail.groupDetail&groupID=3621 #Observer #C#Expert Group on Land Transport Security#E02821 #http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=groupDetail.groupDetail&groupID=2821 #Observer #C#Stakeholders' Advisory Group on Aviation Security#X02883 #http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=groupDetail.groupDetail&groupID=2883 #Member #C#Stakeholders Advisory Group on Maritime Security #E01087 #http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=groupDetail.groupDetail&groupID=1087 #Member #C#Trade Contact Group#E02134 #http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regexpert/index.cfm?do=groupDetail.groupDetail&groupID=2134 #Member #C
Intergroups (European Parliament)
Industry forums (European Parliament)
The subject matters of the main lobbying activities performed by EOS relate to: •Home Affairs, the EU’s Internal and External Security •Border Control: Border Management and Surveillance •Civil and Citizens’ Protection including CBRN and disaster management •Cyber Security (including cyber crime and Critical Information Infrastructure Protection) •Critical Infrastructure Protection: transport and energy infrastructures security •Transversal issues: industrial security policy, data protection and privacy, standardization and interoperability •Research activities and funding
Meetings with European Commission16 meetings found.
The list below only covers meetings held since November 2014 with commissioners, their cabinet members or directors-general at the European Commission; other lobby meetings with lower-level staff may have taken place, but the European Commission doesn't publish information about such meetings. All information below comes from European Commission web pages.
- 14 May 2018 - Carl-Christian Buhr - Security domains and cybersecurity (DG Digital Economy)
- 22 Sep 2016 - Director-General Alfred Matthias Ruete - Role of the Private Sector in the next steps of the European Agendas on Migration and Security, including possible public-private partnerships. (DG Home Affairs)
- 22 Sep 2016 - Head of the EPSC Ann Mettler - Security (DG European Political Strategy Centre)
- 15 Sep 2016 - Bodo Lehmann - cyber-security; PPP (DG Digital Economy)
- 10 Jun 2016 - Bodo Lehmann Michael Hager - cybersecurity (DG Digital Economy)
- 29 Mar 2016 - Director-General Henrik Hololei - cyber security and airports (DG Mobility and Transport)
- 15 Mar 2016 - Laure Chapuis-Kombos - cybersecurity (DG Digital Single Market)
- 25 Feb 2016 - Bodo Lehmann - cybersecurity (DG Digital Economy)
- 22 Jan 2016 - Director-General Henrik Hololei - Land transport security, aviation security (DG Mobility and Transport)
- 15 Oct 2015 - Polykarpos Adamidis Diane Schmitt - Border management, migration and security (DG Home Affairs)
- 14 Oct 2015 - Bodo Lehmann - Cyber security (DG Digital Economy)
- 23 Apr 2015 - Director-General Alfred Matthias Ruete - Discussion on Issues related to Security Industry Competitiveness in the H2020 "Secure Societies" Programme (DG Home Affairs)
- 25 Mar 2015 - Michael Curtis - Information meeting on cyber and integrated border management (DG External Action)
- 10 Mar 2015 - Juho Romakkaniemi - European Fund for Strategic Investment (DG Jobs & Growth)
- 25 Feb 2015 - Michael Hager - Cybersecurity (DG Digital Economy)
- 19 Dec 2014 - Director-General Alfred Matthias Ruete - Update on Security Flagships (Cybersecurity and Integrated Border Management) (DG Home Affairs)