EU cyber security agencies pledge to up cooperation

Four European cyber security agencies have agreed to increase collaboration in five key areas

Warwick Ashford

Four European Union agencies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a cooperation framework for cyber security and defence.

The EU agencies for cyber security (Enisa), defence, policing (Europol) and the computer emergency response team for EU institutions, agencies and bodies (Cert-EU) have signed the MoU.

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