A new EU computer security body has made little room for IT industry participation. The European Union must do more to encourage industry participation in its forthcoming computer security agency, or run the risk of creating an insular bureaucracy, according to experts. The Network and Information Security Agency (NISA) is due to launch in January to analyse IT threats, enhance co-operation between security agencies, and promote risk assessment within organisations. The proposed board of NISA will have six representatives from the European Council and six from the Commission, but only one industry member. Full Story
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