The EU Cyber Resilience Act is a proposed legislation by the European Union (EU) to improve the cyber resilience of the EU’s digital infrastructure and services. The Act aims to establish a framework for improving the security of the EU’s digital infrastructure, including critical infrastructure, and for responding to cyber incidents.
The Act would establish the role of a European Cybersecurity Coordinator, who would be responsible for coordinating the EU’s efforts to improve its cyber resilience. The Act would also establish a cybersecurity certification framework for digital products and services, and would require the EU and its member states to adopt measures to ensure the security of their digital infrastructure and services.
The EU Cyber Resilience Act is intended to help the EU to better protect itself against cyber threats and to ensure the continuity of its digital infrastructure and services. If adopted, the Act would apply to all EU member states and would be a key component of the EU’s efforts to improve its cyber resilience.