EU adopts stricter penalties for cyber criminals

July 5, 2013
Cyber Security

“Cyber criminals will face tougher penalties in the EU, under new rules adopted by Parliament on Thursday.

The draft directive, already informally agreed with member states, also aims to facilitate prevention and to boost police and judicial cooperation in this field. In the event of a cyber attack, EU countries will have to respond to urgent requests for help within eight hours.”

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