Technological advances and new trends provide great opportunities to the economy and society as a whole. As consumers continue to explore these new online services, it is necessary to guarantee their confidentiality of communications, as well as network and information security. With the new EU Cybersecurity Strategy, the European Commission is working to promote cyber resilience – safeguarding users’ communication and data, and keeping our online society and economy secure.
DOT Europe and its members are ready to contribute to the enhancement of cybersecurity at EU level, notably through engagement on the Commission’s revision of the Network and Information Security Directive (NIS2). While the harmonisation of cybersecurity legislation is desirable, it is important to also consider how the online service providers in scope may have already developed tailor-made solutions to ensure the security of their offerings.
Reaching the best level of cybersecurity possible is of utmost importance to DOT Europe’s members, and we are confident that this will be achieved via a constructive dialogue with all interested parties. DOT Europe remains committed to bring its perspective to the debate – our latest publications on cybersecurity are available below.