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European Union Eyes Cybersecurity Framework

The Council of the European Union (EU) approves a Cybersecurity Act approach to promote an information & communications tech framework & cyber resilience.

European Online Fraud: Three Big Areas of Concerns

How big is European online fraud? New research reveals monetary fraud, identity theft and buying scam trends.

Right to Be Forgotten: European GDPR Draft Guidelines

A European board offers draft guidelines for the right to be forgotten in search engine cases under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

eSentire MDR: 90% European Bookings Growth Since 2017

Managed security services provider (MSSP) & managed detection & response (MDR) company eSentire records 90% bookings growth in Europe over the past two years.

European Bank Cyberattack: Hackers Attempt $14.65 Million Theft

Hackers attack Bank of Valletta, create false accounts & attempt to steal $14.65 million. Bank operations resumed Thursday after a complete shutdown on Wednesday.

European Commission Pursues Greater EU Role in Cybersecurity

European Commission seeks greater role in directing cybersecurity policy & responses across EU member states. Hunton & Williams LLP explains.

IoT Security, Privacy Standards: U.S., European Policy Emerges From USACM, EUACM

A new Internet of Things (IoT) security & privacy policy statement emerges from the USACM & the EUACM. Here are the IoT recommendations.

IoT Security Standards: Chip Makers, European IT Agency Hammer Out Framework

Chip makers & the European Union (EU) Agency for Network & Information Security (ENISA) find a “common position” on Internet of Things (IoT) cybersecurity.

EU Adopts Europol Protocol to Handle Cross-border Cyber Attacks

European Union member states have adopted a new Europol emergency response protocol for law enforcement agencies to handle major cross-border cybersecurity attacks.

Amazon, Apple Accused of GDPR Violations by Privacy Watchdog

Amazon, Apple & six companies don’t comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a complaint from privacy activist Max Schrems alleges.