By Nikolaj Nielsen
BRUSSELS – The European Commission will propose binding EU legislation before the end of the year to help member states plug huge gaps in their cyber-security defences.
Speaking at a cyber-security debate in Brussels on Thursday (10 May), the commission said ill-equipped member states are totally unprepared for future cyber threats.
„The level of preparedness across the EU is not high-enough,“ said Antoaneta Angelova-Krasteva, a commission information security network expert. Angelova-Krasteva voiced alarm at the increasing sophistication of threats and their number. (more on euobserver.com)