A Resilient Europe For An Open, Safe And Secure Cyberspace

Introduction

Without a doubt, cyber-security is the policy-issue of the hour. The cyber-attacks on Estonia in 2007; the discovery of Stuxnet, the industry-sabotaging super worm in 2010; numerous instances of cyberespionage, culminating in the Snowden revelations this year; and the growing sophistication of cybercriminals as evident by their impressive scams have all combined to give the impression that cyber-attacks are becoming more frequent, more organised, more costly, and altogether more

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