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From: 
ROSSIDES Giorgos (CAB-AVRAMOPOULOS) 
Sent: 
Friday 16 October 2015 15:08 
To: 
 (HOME) 
Cc: 
 (HOME) 
Subject: 
RE: Meeting report EOS 
Thanks 
, this is fine – I made a few cosmetic changes. 
Please go ahead and circulate. 
Best,  
Giorgos  
Meeting of 15 October between Diane Schmitt, Head of Cabinet for Commissioner 
Avramopoulos, and representatives and members of the European Organisation for Security 
(EOS), led by EOS President of the Board of Directors Santiago Roura and EOS CEO Luigi Rebuffi. 
Also present: Polykarpos Adamides (CAB), Giorgos Rossides (CAB), 
 (HOME), 
 (HOME). 
EOS presented its plans to launch two European Flagship Programmes, on cybersecurity and on 
integrated border management. On border management, EOS outlined potential contributions 
of EOS members to current challenges in the field of migration. This includes a technology 
package for deployment in emergency situations that could provide technical assistance for, e.g., 
surveillance, search and rescue, and registration of persons. EOS also mentioned previous 
projects completed with EU co-funding, such as the Perseus project on maritime security. On 
cybersecurity, EOS informed the Cabinet that meetings with Commissioner Oettinger and his 
team had taken place.  
D. Schmitt provided an update on recent developments in the field of migration policy, with a 
focus on the new Communication on managing the refugee crisis adopted the previous day and 
the increased emergency funding. She highlighted that, while needs may differ at national level, 
there are some common elements across several Member States, such as the creation of 
hotspots and the border management approach, which might benefit from the same types of 
technical solutions. She suggested further meetings at services level to follow up when the EOS 
projects mature further. 
_____________________________________________ 
From: 
 (HOME)  
Sent: Friday, October 16, 2015 2:46 PM 
To: ROSSIDES Giorgos (CAB-AVRAMOPOULOS) 
Cc: 
 (HOME) 
Subject: Meeting report EOS 
Dear Giorgos, 
Sorry, I thought you literally wanted two sentences. Here goes: 

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Meeting of 15 October between Diane Schmitt, Head of Cabinet for Commissioner 
Avramopoulos, and representatives and members of the European Organisation for Security 
(EOS), led by EOS President of the Board of Directors Santiago Roura and EOS CEO Luigi Rebuffi. 
Also present: Polykarpos Adamides (CAB), Giorgios Rossides (CAB), 
 (HOME), 
 (HOME). 
 
EOS presented its plans to launch two European Flagship Programmes, on cybersecurity and on 
integrated border management. On border management, EOS outlined potential contributions 
of EOS members to current challenges in the field of migration. This includes a technology 
package for deployment in emergency situations that could provide technical assistance for, e.g., 
surveillance, search and rescue, and registration of persons. EOS also mentioned previous 
projects completed with EU co-funding, such as the Perseus project on maritime security. On 
cybersecurity, EOS informed the Cabinet that meetings with Commissioner Oettinger and his 
team had taken place. D. Schmitt provided an update on recent developments in the field of 
migration policy, with a focus on the new Communication on managing the refugee crisis 
adopted the previous day and the increased emergency funding. She highlighted that, while 
needs may differ at national level, there are some common elements across several Member 
States, such as the creation of hotspots and the border management approach, which might 
benefit from the same types of technical solutions. She suggested further meetings at service 
level to follow up when the EOS projects mature further. 
 
Would that fit the bill? 
 
Best regards 
 
 
 
 
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DG Migration and Home Affairs 
Unit D2 - Fight against organised crime 
 
What we do: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/organized-
crime-and-human-trafficking/cybercrime/index_en.htm  
 
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