07 Apr 2015

Industry joint position on developing Europe’s Network and Information Security framework without impediments to the Digital Single Market

Industry joint position on developing Europe’s Network and Information Security framework without impediments to the Digital Single Market

As the European Commission prepares its strategy to achieve “A Connected Digital Single Market”, the Security Alliance for Europe (SAFE) would like to provide some thoughts on the impact the upcoming Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive may have on this objective.

SAFE, a coalition representing the ICT sector, welcomes the increased policy focus on network and information security in Europe and the steps taken to improve pan-European coordination regarding cybersecurity incidents. However, we are concerned that the proposed NIS Directive from the Commission, if adopted in its current form would create significant barriers to the Digital Single Market instead of dismantling them.

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