EU Cybersecurity Proposal Likely To Miss Target, Report Says

Law360, New York (September 17, 2013, 8:15 PM ET) -- A group tasked by the European Parliament with reviewing a recent proposal to force companies to divulge security breaches to government authorities blasted the plan Thursday, saying the mandatory reporting regime would do little to bolster the bloc's cybersecurity defenses.

In a 172-page report requested by the committee on industry, research and energy, the European Parliament's economic and policy department probed the potential practical and financial impact of a directive put forth by the European Commission in February to strengthen the bloc's network and information security...
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