Lack of agreement over the EU Cyber Security Directive is causing uncertainty
By David Prince
A lack of agreement over the EU Cyber Security Directive is causing uncertainty in the market.
In recent months, there have been numerous high-level security breaches across the globe that have affected internet service providers (ISPs) as well as the financial and retail sectors.
The last piece of significant legislation on data protection dates back to 1998, but with data processing technology advancing at a record pace and the increased sophistication and evolvement of cyber attacks, the current legislation is no longer fit for purpose…
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