Irish firms could face fines of up to €10m for failure to prevent cyberattacks
Department of Communications running public consultation process on EU’s plans to toughen cyber security rules
Irish companies could be fined up to €10 million for failing to prevent cyberattacks under new EU plans. They would also be legally obliged to report all cyber attacks to the state’s National Cyber Security Centre.
The Department of Communications is currently running a public consultation process on the EU’s plans to toughen up the cyber security rules. The plans would expand the rules to cover Big Tech companies as well as medium...
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