New EU Cybersecurity Certification Program Moves Forward

Law360 (June 8, 2018, 8:50 PM EDT) -- The European Union took a step forward Friday in establishing a new bloc-wide cybersecurity agency and enacting a new certification framework that proponents say will create a food label-type standard promising a level of data security on products like connected cars and smart medical devices.

At a meeting in Luxembourg, the European Commission's Telecommunications Council agreed on a "general approach" to a proposed law that would establish an EU Cybersecurity Agency to help member states respond to cyberthreats. The Cybersecurity Act would also create a process for connected devices EU-wide to get safety certifications similar to food labels. The meeting paved...

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