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Full text of the Charter and other information regarding fundamental rights can be reached here: EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
European Union Agencies have pledged to strengthen fundamental rights protection in all areas of their work during a meeting of Heads of EU Agencies in Brussels on 20 February 2015. In recognition of the enabling nature of fundamental rights, they have signed up a joint statement, which they will abide by in their internal and external dealings. Full text can be found here: Strengthen fundamental rights’ protection: All EU Agencies sign joint statement.
As part of its commitment to Fundamental Rights, EFCA Executive Director adopted a Code of Conduct for all persons participating in EFCA activities.
The Code entered into force on 15 November 2018. The brochure may be downloaded at this link: EFCA Code of Conduct.
EFCA Information Security
You may read EFCA Information Security summarised policy.
As a necessary and strategic step, in the field of Information Security EFCA started the implementation of an Information Security Management System (ISMS) (following the international standard of ISO 27000 series), that is a system of processes and procedures that helps in managing the controls in place for all security practices, consistently and costeffectively.