The EU Cybersecurity Strategy
Martin Mühleck
Trust and Security Unit
DG Communications Networks, Content and
Technology
Cybersecurity
The need for further EU action
• Economic and social benefits of the
digital world and open Internet
• Risks...
3
EU Cybersecurity Policy
EU Cyber
Security Strategy
Technology / Industry
R&D Industrial
strategy.
trials,
business cases...
Capabilities: Common NIS requirements at
national level
 NIS strategy
and cooperation plan
 NIS competent authority
 Co...
Cooperation: NIS competent authorities to
cooperate within a network at EU level
 Early warnings and
coordinated response...
• Risk management and incident reporting for:
 Energy – electricity, gas and oil
 Credit institutions and stock exchange...
EU Cybersecurity Strategy
Developing industrial and technological
resources for cybersecurity
Promoting a single market fo...
EU Cybersecurity Strategy
Developing industrial and technological resources for
cybersecurity
Foster R&D investments
• Use...
EU Cybersecurity Strategy
Achieving cyber resilience
Awareness raising: common responsibility
• Cybersecurity month
• Cybe...
Thanks!
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Session 2.1 Martin Mühleck

  1. 1. The EU Cybersecurity Strategy Martin Mühleck Trust and Security Unit DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology
  2. 2. Cybersecurity The need for further EU action • Economic and social benefits of the digital world and open Internet • Risks, incidents and cybercrime on the rise • Cross-border/global issue • Need for a comprehensive EU vision 2
  3. 3. 3 EU Cybersecurity Policy EU Cyber Security Strategy Technology / Industry R&D Industrial strategy. trials, business cases edu. & train. International cybercrime Resilience R&D
  4. 4. Capabilities: Common NIS requirements at national level  NIS strategy and cooperation plan  NIS competent authority  Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) Proposal for a Directive on NIS Key elements (1/3) 4
  5. 5. Cooperation: NIS competent authorities to cooperate within a network at EU level  Early warnings and coordinated response  Capacity building  NIS exercises at EU level  ENISA to assist Proposal for a Directive on Network and Information Security (NIS) – Article 114 TFEU Key elements (2/3) 5
  6. 6. • Risk management and incident reporting for:  Energy – electricity, gas and oil  Credit institutions and stock exchanges  Transport – air, maritime, rail  Healthcare  Internet enablers  Public administrations Proposal for a Directive on Network and Information Security (NIS) – Article 114 TFEU Key elements (3/3) 6
  7. 7. EU Cybersecurity Strategy Developing industrial and technological resources for cybersecurity Promoting a single market for cybersecurity products • Public-private platform on NIS and recommendations on cybersecurity across the ICT value chain • Recommendations on NIS standards and good practices • ENISA to develop technical guidelines on NIS good practices 7
  8. 8. EU Cybersecurity Strategy Developing industrial and technological resources for cybersecurity Foster R&D investments • Use H2020 to address ICT privacy and security • Better coordination of research agendas • Member States invited to develop good practices to leverage public procurement • Public and private sector invited to develop harmonised metrics for calculating risk premia 8
  9. 9. EU Cybersecurity Strategy Achieving cyber resilience Awareness raising: common responsibility • Cybersecurity month • Cybersecurity championship • NIS education and training • Roadmap for NIS driving licence – voluntary certification programme 9
  10. 10. Thanks! 10
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