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A new version of the National Cybersecurity System Act close to being passed

On 3 October, 2022, the Government Legislation Centre published what is now the eighth version of a bill amending the National Cybersecurity System Act. The bill does not make any changes to the previously proposed group of entities that form the national cybersecurity system or those entities’ obligations. This group includes electronic communication undertakings and the Financial Supervision Authority, the President of the Office of Electronic Communication, and external SOCs. The new provisions on the national system of cybersecurity certification and instructions issued for security purposes also continue to be applicable.

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NFTs and cybersecurity

Like other digital solutions, an NFT (non-fungible token) is exposed to the danger of cyberthreats.

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Envisaged new rules on cybersecurity – legislative proposal for combating abuses in electronic communication

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Another seventh, new legislative proposal to amend the National Cybersecurity system act

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Council of the European Union proposals for the NIS2 Directive and CER Directive

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Amendment to Act on National Cybersecurity System

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Cybersecurity changes envisaged in a proposal for NIS Directive 2