EC plans to make all firms report security breaches

Dawinderpal Sahota
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Viviane Reding plans to introduce mandatory breach notification for businesses in Europe, just as she did in the telecoms sector

The European Commission (EC) has said that it will force firms to make their security breaches public. This commitment follows a series of high-profile cyber-attacks on prominent businesses and gov...

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