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Session 2.1 Martin Mühleck

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  • 1. The EU Cybersecurity Strategy Martin Mühleck Trust and Security Unit DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology
  • 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 EU Cybersecurity Policy EU Cyber Security Strategy Technology / Industry R&D Industrial strategy. trials, business cases edu. & train. International cybercrime Resilience R&D
  • 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. 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. • 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. 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. 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. 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. Thanks! 10