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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. 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 ››