The Secret Intelligence Service (in Italian: Servizio d'intelligencia segreto) was the Europan secret service.
The SIS was founded in 1957, back when Europa was extremely paranoid of a communist invasion. The SIS was meant to provide logistics as to any military activity being undertaken by enemy nations. SIS operated agents throughout much of the world to try and get information on enemies and potential threats. One of its most famous spies was Max Schuster, aka "Gerry", who operated from East Germany. He lived there for many years, often visiting East Bulgaria. He operated from 1962-1988, when he died.The SIS secretly continued its operations beyond 1995. Its operations have been reduced but SIS agents are present throughout Europe, North America and Asia, gathering intel on threats to world security. Increased activity has been undertaken since late 2011.