On 13 September 2017, the Commission issued a proposal for a Regulation to strengthen the role of the EU Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) by:
- granting it a permanent mandate;
- clarifying its role as the information hub of the EU for cybersecurity; and
- tasking it with the responsibility of proactively contributing to policy in the area of network information and security.
The proposal also introduces EU-wide cybersecurity certification schemes for ICT products and services, which will be prepared by ENISA. This aims to address current market fragmentation and provide a comprehensive set of cybersecurity rules, technical requirements, standards and procedures. Continue Reading EU Commission proposes stronger mandate for ENISA and EU-wide cybersecurity certification