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Governments and regulators are becoming increasingly concerned with the resilience of digital systems, particularly in critical sectors including financial services, telecom, transportation and cloud services. However, while some of these industries – for example, financial services – are highly regulated and subject to government oversight others – like cloud services – are not.
The EDPS has granted a 12-month period for Europol to comply with the Decision for the datasets already received before this decision was notified to Europol.” In the 18 years since the EDPS was founded, the authority have admonished many institutions that have been accused of failing to uphold the privacy rights of individuals.
Sustainability-linked loans are bolstered by government policy, which has incorporated SSLs into ESG (environmental, social, and government) initiatives, making these loans an attractive option for both lenders and borrowers.
In a state of the union speech, EU president Ursula von der Leyen outlined a new act intended to drive the EU’s autonomy, resilience and self-sufficiency by supporting the semiconductor supply chain.
NatWest is turning to behaviour-aware biometrics security to comply with tighter European Union payment regulations.
Next year, the EU’s Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) comes into force, which includes the requirement that certain transactions go through additional authentication checks.
SCA, part of the PSD2 regulation, is an extra layer of security designed to prevent fraud and validate that an individual using a card is the actual cardholder.