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Unified approach to online security needed, Commission told

European countries must improve the cooperation between their civil and military authorities to help keep people safe online, the EU’s cybersecurity agency has said.

The Athens-based EU Agency for Network and Information Security, Enisa, has urged the European Commission to create a more centralised cybersecurity system. This would include more streamlined rules and the creation of certification system to ensure that technology products are secure, the news website Euractiv reported on 1 August.

In the 20-page document seen by Euractiv, Enisa also requested a bigger role in the EU’s cybersecurity strategy and asked to be the lead agency in the coordination between companies and public institutions.

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