European Commission wants more cyber security for digital products

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The European Commission presented a draft law in Brussels on Thursday aiming to make digital products such as refrigerators and cars more secure and better equipped against possible cyber attacks. Under the so-called Cyber Resilience Act, manufacturers of products with digital elements sold in the European Union would have to make sure their goods comply with new mandatory security requirements, according to a European Commission press release. “When it comes to cybersecurity, Europe is only as strong as its weakest link,” EU Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton said in the statement. “…

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