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Cybersecurity agency ‘facing harassment concerns’

A survey of staff at the EU’s cybersecurity agency, based in Athens and Heraklion in Greece, has reportedly found widespread concerns about sexual and psychological harassment.

More than 40 per cent of staff surveyed at the EU Agency for Network and Information Security (Enisa) said they were concerned about psychological harassment, while more than 30 per cent of the respondents said they were worried about sexual harassment, according to an internal report seen by the news website Politico EU.

In a statement sent to Research Europe, the agency head Enisa Udo Helmbrecht said it was “very concerned” about the findings and was “taking serious measures to detect, prevent and react” to harassment.

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