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EU Market Committee Backs First Ever Unified Cybersecurity Rules in Europe

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Cybersecurity - Sputnik International
The EU Internal Market Committee on Thursday approved rules compelling EU companies to take action to improve their protection against cyber attacks in a new unified system, the European Parliament said in a statement on its website.

Control of the Internet was meant to be transferred to an international body. - Sputnik International
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The European Parliament has been pushing for the “harmonised identification of critical operators in energy, transport, health or banking fields, which will have to fulfil security measures and notify significant cyber incidents,” rapporteur Andreas Schwab said, as quoted in the statement.

The rules were approved by 34 votes to 2, according to the statement. They will now need to be endorsed by the European Council and the European Parliament to enter into force.

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