“The digitalisation of our economy and cybersecurity must go hand in hand. A data economy can only thrive when trust in products, applications, and infrastructure is guaranteed. The only way to do that is by looking ahead and developing a strong cybersecurity roadmap. The well-being of Europeans and the competitiveness of our industry are at stake, ”he warned Pillar of the Castle MEP, the spokeswoman for the PPE group on cybersecurity.
Today, the European Parliament’s Committee on Industry, Research and Energy will vote on a resolution on the EU’s cybersecurity strategy. The EPP Group calls for more efforts in the development of secure and reliable information networks and systems and infrastructures and infrastructures throughout the European Union. “We want all infrastructures and products connected to the Internet in the EU to be secure by design, resistant to cyber incidents and to be corrected quickly when vulnerabilities are detected. We also want better coordination between EU governments, as cybersecurity To achieve this, we need to strengthen the role of the European Network and Information Security Agency, and there should be no ambiguity or fragmentation in national laws on cybersecurity requirements for infrastructure. , connected products and services “, said del Castillo. The Resolution of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy proposes 2030 as the target date for various cybersecurity objectives. It establishes a series of guiding principles and recommendations on how to achieve these objectives. The voting results are expected to be announced this afternoon or Thursday morning.