EU Council issues new Cyber Resilience Act compromise text

01/03/2023 | EURACTIV

The Council of the European Union under the Swedish presidency has issued further compromise text for the draft EU Cyber Resilience Act. The latest text addresses the interaction with the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act), notifying authorities, enforcement and penalties. The updated text also clarifies that high-risk AI systems will comply with the AI Act’s cybersecurity measures if they meet requirements under the Cyber Resilience Act. 

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