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New EU Cyber Security Directive should focus on protection of truly critical infrastructure

BY Christian Borggreen
November 5, 2014

The European Parliament’s vote from March 2014 correctly improved the scope of the Network and Information Directive by focusing on truly critical infrastructure such as the energy, banking, and transport sectors.  CCIA encourages the Council to maintain the same focus in their discussions.  We support the Council’s work and welcome the Italian Presidency’s goal of adopting this important proposal by year’s end. To read the letter, click here.

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