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From: InfoSec News (alertsinfosecnews.org)
Date: Tue Nov 23 2010 - 00:15:08 CST
By Jennifer Baker
IDG News Service
November 22, 2010
A range of new plans to tackle cyber-crime has been approved by the
European Union, the U.S and NATO over the past three days.
The European Commission announced on Monday its proposals to develop
three systems to raise the level of security for citizens and businesses
An E.U. cybercrime centre to be established by 2013 will coordinate
cooperation between member states, E.U. institutions and international
partners, while an European information sharing and alert system, also
planned for 2013, will facilitate communication between rapid-response
teams and law-enforcement authorities. The Commission also wants to
create a network of Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) by 2012,
with a CERT in every E.U. country.
However, Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmström was keen to play
down concerns that these systems would lead to the creation of yet
another citizens' information database, saying that no such database
would be set up and that the aim of the new bodies is to manage the flow
of information to prevent cyber-attacks, not to store it.
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