A few words about us

EuroISPA is a pan European association of European Internet Services Providers Associations (ISPAs). It is the world’s largest association of Internet Services Providers (ISPs), representing over 3,300 ISPs across the EU and EFTA countries – including ISPs from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK.

The association was established in 1997 to represent the European ISP industry on EU policy and legislative issues and to facilitate the exchange of best-practices between national ISP associations. Its secretariat is located in Brussels.

EuroISPA is recognised as the voice of the European ISP industry and is the largest ‘umbrella’ association of Internet Services Providers in the world. EuroISPA’s success to date is due to the fact that it reflects the views of ISPs of all sizes from across its member base.


Cybersecurity in the EU: Milestones, Challenges, and the Road Ahead

In our latest blogpost, Andreas Gruber, former Chair of our Cybercrime & Cybersecurity Committee, maps the EU cybersecurity landscape and the key legislative files.

Navigating the future: regulatory streamlining of electronic communications in the European Union

In our latest blogpost, Jaromir Novak from our member CZ.NIC illustrates what we can expect from the next mandate of European policymakers in the field of electronic communications.

EuroISPA publishes Position Paper on Data Retention

This paper on Data Retention is a testament to EuroISPA’s collective dedication to identifying the practical, operational and economic consequences and challenges of data retention, and proposing a list of imperative requirements to provide guidance on how to achieve the right balance between the interests and obligations of all parties involved.

EuroISPA General Meeting in London: a recap

EuroISPA traveled to London on March 14-15 for the first General Meeting on 2024, gathering Council and Forum members, Board Officers and Secretariat. Here is a recap of what happened.

more than 3300

represented ISPs across the EU and EFTA countries


Established in 1997


Council Members