EU forms stakeholder group to improve EU cybersecurity

EU forms stakeholder group to improve EU cybersecurity

The European Commission has unveiled its intention to form a new stakeholder group in a bid to improve the EU cybersecurity certification framework.

The European Commission in cooperation with the European Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) announced today the creation of the creation of the Stakeholders Cybersecurity Certification Group (SCCG).

The main purpose of the new group is to advise the Commission on the strategic issues regarding cybersecurity certification.

It also aims to improve the single market integration by establishing market-driven certification schemes that would help reduce fragmentation between various existing schemes in the EU member states.

Aleksander Czarski

Aleksander is a recent International Relations graduate with specialisation in the European Union and the economic relations between the US and the EU. He has hands on experience in working in the Congressional office and participated in US Presidential campaign. He's currently studying International Political Economy at King's College and is passionate about geopolitical affairs

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