EU Council issues new proposed Cyber Resilience Act text

23/11/2022 | EURACTIV

The Council of the European Union has released new text on the proposed EU Cyber Resilience Act, which is intended to legislate cybersecurity requirements for connected devices and related services. The updated text states that member states can still impose national restrictions or bans on digital products for reasons of national security. The Horizontal Working Party on Cyber Issues will discuss the text at its next meeting on 23 November. Member states will be invited to provide written comments.

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