Security seems to be the word of the week.
- The EU commission wants to create an agency to foster better collaboration in cyber-investigations, albeit the UK, Germany and France remain to be convinced. One concerns is also the overlap with ENISA, in addition to the fact that ENISA has not been the success story that it was hoped for when it was launched. “EU to establish cybercrime agency” -Euractiv, 28 April 2010
- The UK is worried that it does not have enough IT engineers able to implement security and is targeting A-levels pupils and UG to recruit more IT students “UK-wide Cyber Security Challenge kicks off” (ZDnet.co.uk, 29 April 2010)
- And Beijing is imposing an authorisation on firms developing IT security softwares/solutions, probably less for security reasons than for protectionist motives. JDN, 29 April 2010 (in French)