New tech and new talent necessary to close cyber skills gap

American news outlet Nextgov writes that closing the cybersecurity skills gap will require developing new technologies, in addition to growing the number of cybersecurity professionals. The rising complexity of cybersecurity issues means that it will not be enough to hire more people with the right skills, but that they must also to develop smarter technology that professionals can use.

EU Commission and High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy release new EU Cybersecurity Strategy

The Commission and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy have presented a new EU Cybersecurity Strategy. The strategy is meant to strengthen Europe’s collective resilience against cyber threats and help ensure that all citizens and businesses can fully benefit from trustworthy and reliable services and digital tools. Find more …

ENISA releases report on AI cybersecurity challenges

A recent report presents ENISA’s mapping of the AI cybersecurity ecosystem and its ‘Threat Landscape’. The ENISA AI Cybersecurity Challenges report not only lays the foundation for upcoming cybersecurity policy initiatives and technical guidelines, but also stresses relevant challenges for AI cybersecurity. Read the full report on ENISA’s website.

CEPIS calls for the right to encrypt

CEPIS’ Legal and Security Issues Special Interest Network (LSI SIN) calls for the rejection of a planned resolution in the Council of Ministers, which would grant authorities special access to encrypted communication between EU citizens. The special access, or ‘master key’, will weaken end-to-end encryption, and endangers digitisation in Europe, the LSI network warns.

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