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File PDF document Germancybersecuritystrategy20111.pdf
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File PDF document Finland Cyber Security Strategy
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File PDF document Czech Republic Cyber Security Strategy
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File PDF document Austria Cyber Security Strategy
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New EU Cybersecurity strategy & Directive announced
Today, Thursday, 7th of February the European Commission and the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy announced the EU's Cybersecurity Strategy, and a complementary proposal for a Directive on measures to ensure a high common level of cyber security across the EU.
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Security is key for BYOD
Whether it’s a laptop, tablet or smartphone, more and more of us are choosing to “bring your own device” (BYOD) to carry out tasks in the workplace, or perform work activities from home or other locations. The trend, also known as consumerization of IT (COIT), can be very attractive to both employers and workers, offering flexibility both ways.
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