The EU’s Cyber Solidarity Act has just been announced this week, a concept that aims to enhance the Union’s cyber-resilience by enhancing its capabilities to prepare for, detect and respond to incidents. The act is part of the Digital Decade program, which has multiple targets and guidance for relevant objectives for the digital sphere, such as transforming the digital infrastructure of the EU, with business prospects, governmental security, effectiveness, individual data privacy, and other safeguards in mind.

The act also proposes to create a European Cybersecurity Shield and a Cyber Emergency Mechanism, using national and cross-border state-of-the-art Security Operations Centers (SOCs) powered by AI and advanced data analytics to anticipate, detect and respond to cyberattacks at the national and EU levels.

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