The EU´s Revised Cyber Security Strategy: Half-Hearted Progress on Far-Reaching Challenges

In September 2017, the EU updated its Cyber Security Strategy with the objective of increasing the Union’s resilience in the cyber domain. A recently published research article contend that the reformed strategy was only a half-hearted attempt to achieve this aim and that it fell short of addressing notable problems. For instance, the EU failed to define resilience or deterrence sufficiently in the update and the proposed measures to increase cybersecurity lack legal force. As a result, the authors contend it’s time for the EU tackle the issue of cybersecurity head-on.

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