Cisco’s Vision to Rapidly Detect Cyber Threats and Automate Response
The threat landscape requires to rethink security to enable rapid detection of cyber threats and to automate response. Cisco’s XDR gives critical infrastructure operators and public administrations the capability to detect, investigate and prioritise threats and incidents, and the tools to quickly remediate them.
Closing the cybersecurity gap in Europe
This blog looks at the latest EU cyber initiatives that focus on cybersecurity through people - a fundamental element to effective cybersecurity. Cisco stands ready to contribute its expertise in cyber skills and cyber defense to build a stronger Europe.
Reality Check on Cybersecurity: 9% of Companies in Europe are Ready to Defend Against Cyber Threats
The urgency around addressing the EU’s cyber shortcomings is well founded. A mere 9% of organizations in Europe have the ‘Mature’ level of readiness needed to be resilient against today’s cyber risks.
Trust, Transparency and Transatlantic Data Flows
The new EU-US Data Protection Framework is intended to create an effective mechanism for transatlantic data flows and to bring renewed legal certainty. This blog looks at approaches to privacy, trust and the roles of government and industry: what are consumers thinking?
Welcoming new European law to ward off cyberattacks on critical infrastructure
European policymakers reached a deal on a new law regulating cybersecurity for critical infrastructure entities. Cisco welcomes this agreement and the continued attention that the European Union is dedicating to secure critical infrastructure.
Digital recovery demands higher security
The ambition of Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, to leverage the EU’s recovery effort and fund to accelerate the digital transformation of our economy has gathered a large consensus in Brussels and in member states. Rightfully so. One thing the pandemic has made clear: a more digitized economy calls for ever-reinforced […]
Let’s celebrate failure in Europe!
That was one of the key themes discussed during today’s “Internet of Everything – What’s in it for Europe event” in Brussels, with MEP Kaja Kallas asking the audience to consider a change in innovation culture to capture the predicted €4.3 trillion that the IoE could generate in value in Europe. Kallas coined the EU […]
Data Protection in the balance – EU Citizen Protection and Innovation
In the wake of the European Parliament elections, stakeholders and commentators have been reflecting on the likely impact on important dossiers they follow. On data protection, we are pleased to welcome the reelection of the rapporteur, Jean-Philipp Albrecht, as well as key players Axel Voss and Timothy Kirkhope. At the same time, we are sad […]
European Cybersecurity Policy Priorities
As an Internet society we are generating digital information at an exponential rate. It’s coming from more devices that are more connected than ever and getting smarter all the time. Next year we will hit the zettabyte era – that’s 1000 exabytes of IP traffic each year, the equivalent of 36 million years of HD video. By 2017, there […]