A new report from the international law firm CMS has revealed that despite well over 100 separate cyber incidents being recorded across 18 CEE countries last year, less than a quarter of these have resulted in government or regulatory action. The Cybersecurity Challenge in Central and Eastern Europe published by CMS together with Legal Week Intelligence, examines how businesses in the region are responding to cyber threats, what levels of risk awareness and planning they have, and where ultimate responsibility lies within the leadership structure.
By a margin of more than two to one, respondents believe that cybersecurity procedures and protocols used by regulators need improvement across the region. This is the majority view in every CEE country.
By Emerging Europe
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