The European Commission (EC) is trying to better equip Europe against cyberattacks by launching a public-private partnership on cybersecurity worth €1.8 billion (£1.5bn).
The investment, which should be completed by 2020, is hoped to strengthen the competitiveness of Europe’s cybersecurity sector.
The effort is part of the Commission’s larger Digital Single Market strategy, with the organisation aiming to reinforce cooperation on cybersecurity across border and between all sectors active in cybersecurity.
Original Source: TechWeekEurope
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