EU reaches political agreement on Cyber Solidarity Act

07/03/2024 | European Commission

The European Commission welcomes the political agreement reached last night between the European Parliament and the Council on the Cyber Solidarity Act (CSA). The CSA seeks to strengthen cyber resilience capabilities to respond to large-scale cyber incidences by establishing certified trusted providers to conduct prevention and incident response activities. The agreement is now subject to formal approval by the EU Parliament and the Council. Once adopted, the CSA will enter into force 20 days following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

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EU digital laws, Cyber Resilience Act

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