After cyber attacks emerged as a threat to national security, it’s been about time that the Council of the European Union adopted new rules in support of cyber defense.
The legislation focuses primarily on large-scale attacks on information systems within the EU.
Cecilia Malmstrom, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, said:
“We all need to work together to achieve the objectives that we have set ourselves. It is therefore essential that all member states get up to speed and make cyber security a top priority”.
Help bolster EU cyber defences by downloading and implementing good cyber defence practice as contained in the Cyber Security Governance & Risk Management Toolkit.
This toolkit consolidates the five leading approaches to managing cyber risk into a single, robust framework. Including ISO 27001, ISO 27032 and PAS 555, this toolkit will help you implement a cyber security framework for your business that is manageable and concise.