European Union's ministers endorses new cybersecurity directive

Brussels: According to Slovenian Minister of Public Administration Bostjan Koritnik, the European Union's Telecommunications Ministers agreed measures for a high shared level of cybersecurity across the union, including a new directive.

According to sources, Koritnik said the plan intends to increase the resilience and incident response capacities of both the public and commercial sectors, as well as the EU as a whole, at a news conference following a meeting of ministers on Friday.

The new "NIS2" directive, which aims to boost cybersecurity, will replace the current rules on network and information system security if it is enacted. "The new NIS directive will play a critical role in boosting cybersecurity in our increasingly digitalised world," Koritnik said in a statement. "Cyber attacks may have unprecedented effects for society, the economy, and democracy."

The proposed Artificial Intelligence Act has also made progress. The proposed rule intends to promote the development and adoption of safe and lawful artificial intelligence (AI) that respects basic rights across the single market.

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