New Belgian govt wants focus on cybersecurity, connectivity

Thursday 23 October 2014 | 12:52 CET | News
The new Belgian government has put forth a number of internet related proposals in the government agreement, with the focus put on cyber security, connectivity, and cost reimbursement to ISPs, Begium's ISPA. The government wants the Belgian Center for Cybersecurity Belgium to go into operation and develop a cyber security strategy for Belgium. There are also plans to outline a specific criminal policy concerning cyber criminality, and raise awareness among both citizens and companies. The government believes connectivity is a crucial factor in making an economy attractive and wants a stable

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Categories: General
Companies: BIPT / ISPA
Countries: Belgium
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