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Parliamentary question - E-003256/2022Parliamentary question

Establishment of Security Operations Centre in Greece: Lack of transparency and ability to audit EU funds

Question for written answer  E-003256/2022
to the Commission
Rule 138
Konstantinos Arvanitis (The Left)

The ECS[1] is an initiative to safeguard the EU from cyber threats and provide the relevant protection to the digital economy and all individuals and legal entities. One of its key priorities is the proposal to create a network of SOCs[2] throughout the Member States. The ‘Greece 2.0’ National Plan[3] contains a project[4] for this purpose with a budget of EUR 40.4 million, which will be funded with resources from the RRF[5]. The beneficiary will be the Greek NIS[6], through a structure supervised by it.[7]

However, there are significant issues regarding accountability, financial transparency and the ability to carry out audits, given that for the procurement and expenditure procedure strict rules of secrecy are observed in accordance with the relevant protocols of the Greek NIS.

In light of this:

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