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The EU should do more to deter cyber-attacks from malicious actors targeting the bloc's critical infrastructure and essential services, a draft EU Council response to the European Commission's new Cybersecurity strategy reveals.
Digital & Media 19-02-2021

EU must deter cyber attacks against ‘essential services,’ internal documents say

The EU should do more to deter cyber-attacks from malicious actors targeting the bloc's critical infrastructure and essential services, according to a draft EU Council response to the European Commission's new cybersecurity strategy.
Cybersecurity 16-12-2020

‘We are a prime target,’ Schinas says, as Commission strives to bolster cyber resilience

The EU has been identified as a "prime target" by malicious global cyber attackers and the bloc needs to reinforce its capabilities to defend itself amid this new threat landscape, the European Commission has said.
The European Commission will attempt to bolster the bloc's cybersecurity rules as part of an upcoming review of the network and information security (NIS) directive, it has been revealed.
Cybersecurity 04-12-2020

Commission reveals details on bolstered cybersecurity rules

The European Commission will attempt to bolster the bloc's cybersecurity rules as part of an upcoming review of the network and information security (NIS) directive, it has been revealed.
Connected devices in use across the EU should be subject to new cybersecurity standards throughout a product's "entire life cycle," draft Council Conclusions on the subject obtained by EURACTIV say.
Cybersecurity 05-11-2020

German EU presidency pushes for cybersecurity ‘by design’ in connected devices

Laptops, smart phones and other connected devices in Europe should be subject to new cybersecurity standards throughout the "entire life cycle" of products, according to draft EU Council conclusions on the subject, obtained by EURACTIV.
5G 26-04-2019

Investment in ‘first class connectivity infrastructure’ a priority, Commission says

The cable industry's ambitions of ubiquitous gigabit connectivity have long been hindered by a number of obstacles, including patchy coverage and consumer trust issues. Carlota Reyners Fontana explains what the EU Commission is doing to improve the bloc's broadband gaps.
Cybersecurity 30-11-2018

UK intelligence services: We don’t disclose every cyber vulnerability

In a landmark move, the UK intelligence services unveiled on Thursday (29 November) the process by which they decide to disclose security vulnerabilities to technology firms. Not every weakness discovered in a system is always disclosed to the company in question, they revealed. 
Cybersecurity 27-11-2018

EU citizens concerned about cybersecurity ahead of 2019 elections, study finds

An increasing number of EU citizens are concerned about the manipulation of elections through cyberattacks and malicious interventions, according to figures published on Monday (26 November).
Cybersecurity 09-05-2018

First EU cybersecurity law takes effect—with new fines for misbehaving companies

The first EU cybersecurity law went into effect on Wednesday (9 March), as negotiators continue to hammer out details of a second bill that will create even more rules in the area.
Cybersecurity 04-05-2018

Commission expects EU countries to set ‘high fines’ under new cybersecurity law

European Commission officials who pushed through new cybersecurity legislation set to take effect next week are expecting EU countries to introduce high fines against companies that disobey the rules.