The security provisions that companies are subject to in the EU vary depending on the type of company and sector. Companies will also be able to decide whether to get cybersecurity certification, already under discussion for areas like the cloud and internet of things (IoT), in the future.
At the same time, there are substantial changes in security provisions under way as EU member states work on transposing the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) and debate the proposed e-Privacy Regulation in Council.
Focusing on electronic communications networks & services, as well as digital service providers, this infographic shows who’s subject to what rules.
The infographic also shows EU and national developments in areas under consideration for cybersecurity certification schemes.
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