The report says that the EU cyber defense “at the limit” on the background of coronavirus

The report says that the EU cyber defense “at the limit” on the background of coronavirus

The European Union’s cybersecurity resilience has been pushed to the limit of its capacities as an indirect result of the ongoing public health crisis, warned a new report from the EU’s cybersecurity agency ENISA, published on Tuesday (19 October). The agency’s 2020 Threat Landscape report surveys the landscape of the bloc’s cyber resilience in the unprecedented context of the coronavirus pandemic, which has had a profound impact on cybersecurity formalities. The crisis, the report states, has presented new challenges to EU cybersecurity but at the same time has afforded various…

Read More