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The latest round up of legal and regulatory developments and other news on cybersecurity from the Datonomy blogging team at Olswang LLP. UK policy and regulatory developments
  • The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced the addition of two more participating companies to the cybersecurity supplier to government scheme.  The NCC Group and Perspective Risk Ltd can now advertise themselves as companies supplying a cybersecurity product to the UK government and use the government’s logo in marketing materials in order to increase the UK’s cybersecurity exports.
EU policy and regulatory developments
  • Network and Information Security Directive (NISD): There is a frustrating dearth of information in the public domain about the latest progress on the NISD. The EU Council’s Consilium website page on the Directive has been updated with the following report: A third trilogue meeting took place on 30 April 2015. Although progress was made during the trilogue, important differences remain between the … Continue Reading ››
The latest round up of legal and regulatory developments and other news on cybersecurity from the Datonomy blogging team at Olswang LLP. UK policy and regulatory developments
  • According to SC Magazine, the Bank of England has approved its first commercial provider of CBEST threat intelligence and penetration testing (read more from Datonomy about the financial sector CBEST programme here).  The company now approved to assess financial sector companies’ preparedness for a cyber attack is BAE Systems.
EU policy and regulatory developments
  • Network and Information Security Directive (NISD):  as we reported in last week’s update, the next trilogue meeting on the draft Directive was reportedly taking place on 30 April.  As yet we have been unable to find any progress reports in the public domain, other than a headline on the EU Issues Tracker Service (subscription required) indicating that the Council’s permanent representatives are due to receive a debrief today, 5 May, indicating … Continue Reading ››
The latest round up of legal and regulatory developments and other news on cybersecurity from the Datonomy blogging team at Olswang LLP. EU policy and regulatory developments
  • Network and Information Security Directive (NISD): the Council is reported to be meeting today (27 April) to discuss its position further, and the next trilogue is reported to be taking place on Thursday, 30 April.  The Council has publicised two new documents relating to the draft on its website, dated 1 and 17 April.  These are entitled, respectively, State of Play and  “Presidency’s proposal on the way forward”.  Frustratingly, they have not yet uploaded and do not appear to be in circulation in the public domain.  On 24 April, the MLex Service (subscription only) carried a helpful report explaining the latest twists and turns on negotiations over the controversial issue of whether key internet services should be subject to the Directive. According to MLex, two … Continue Reading ››
The latest round up of legal and regulatory developments and other news on cybersecurity from the Datonomy blogging team at Olswang LLP. EU policy and regulatory developments
  • Network and Information Security Directive: Last week the MLex service (subscription required) reported on the EU Commission’s continued effort to include key web services in the list of companies who would, under the proposed NISD, have to notify authorities whenever their systems have been hacked or otherwise compromised. Social networks, search engines, online payment facilitators, e-commerce platforms, cloud-computing services and app stores would be within scope the under the draft originally proposed by the Commission in 2013, along with more conventional critical infrastructure providers.  The extended definition, which could catch approximately 1,400 internet companies based in Europe, continues to be hotly debated by state governments, EU parliamentarians (who have voted to keep web services out of scope)  and industry leaders (with the Internet and IT … Continue Reading ››
With cyber attacks now routinely in the headlines, with the global cost of cybercrime estimated at $400 billion for this year and with governments responding with a host of counter-measures, The Datonomy team  is launching a weekly round-up to help you stay up to date the latest legal, regulatory and news developments from around the world. Given the inextricable link between data privacy and cybersecurity, we hope that Datonomy’s growing readership  will find this update useful. We look forward to hearing your comments, and welcome news and updates from Datonomy readers  around the globe. UK developments
  • Cyber security was again front page news last week with the announcement by the UK and US that they will stage cyber attack war games, initially in the financial services sector, and improve the exchange of cyber intelligence between the two powers – read the BBC’s coverage here. In related news, twelve UK cyber … Continue Reading ››