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Maritime security

In June 2014, The European Council adopted a Maritime Security Strategy for the global maritime domain. The objective of this strategy is to provide a common framework for relevant authorities at national and European levels to ensure coherent development of their specific policies and a European response to maritime threats and risks.  The second aim of such a strategy is to protect EU's strategic maritime interests and identify options to do so.  Such a framework will provide the context and ensure consistency amongst different sector specific maritime policies and strategies. Most importantly it will significantly strengthen the link between internal and external security aspects of the maritime policy of the EU and civil and military cooperation.

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Since 2007, the Common Information Sharing Environment (Maritime CISE) has been one of the five pillars of the EC’s Integrated Maritime Policy

Last update: 14/07/14

CISE benefits

Maritime CISE will bring about striking benefits for Member States and any authority that utilises information generated from the systems that currently supply data. Maritime domain awareness is a must, and with benefits of EUR 423 million per year once in place.

Last update: 14/07/14

Why CISE?

Europe depends on Safe, Secure and Clean seas. Over 40% of Europe’s population and economic activity concentrated within 50 km of the coast. 80% of external EU trade and 40% of our internal trade is carried by sea. Thus, the security and safety of our maritime domain is paramount to all aspects of daily life, including the constant supply to our ports and harbours.

Last update: 14/07/14

What is CISE?

Maritime CISE (Common Information Sharing Environment) is a process of collaboration to enhance relevant information sharing between maritime surveillance authorities and their information systems in the European Union.

Last update: 14/07/14

19th TAG Meeting

The 19th TAG Meeting will take place on October, 1st, back to back with the MSEsG Meeting that will take place the previous day (September, 30th)

Start date: 01/10/2014 - 00:00
Last update: 08/08/14

17 TAG Meeting Brussels: 20-November-2013 minutes

Last update: 08/11/14

18 TAG Meeting Brussels: 26-March-2014

Start date: 10/03/2014 - 10:00
Last update: 08/11/14

15 TAG Meeting Brussels: February, 25th - 26th minutes

Last update: 08/11/14

16 TAG Meeting Brussels: July, 3rd minutes

Last update: 08/11/14

Extra TAG meeting Ispra 02-03 October 2013 minutes

Last update: 08/11/14

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