Expert Comments On After Brexit, Europe Wants Cybersecurity Pact With UK

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | Nov 07, 2019 04:10 am PST

Following the news that Michel Barnier, the chief negotiator on Brexit at the European Commission, has stated that a joint response to security threats will be a key part of the future relationship, cybersecurity expert commented below to highlight the cybersecurity issues because of Brexit.

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Ilia Kolochenko
Ilia Kolochenko , Founder and CEO
November 7, 2019 12:34 pm

Unhindered and unimpeded cybercrime data exchange is indeed crucial both for the UK and EU. Most governmental agencies may require a crystal-clear legal framework to proceed after Brexit, especially when the information involves legally-protected data or cases of criminal prosecution.

However, given the essential role British law enforcement agencies play in the continental fight with cybercrime, I am pretty confident a solution will emerge in a timely manner. In any case, private parties and cybersecurity companies will likely have a safe harbor to cooperate even before formal agreements are inked.

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