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  • ISAFE Position Paper

    The future vitality of the European economy is dependent on maintaining a vibrant and functional Internet structure. This means that debate over the appropriate steps to secure the Internet must be considered not through a narrow set of requirements, but in context of broader economic issues.

    Our information systems are under attack with methods at times so sophisticated that major corporations and even powerful governments are unable to prevent penetration. Our goal must be not just to enhance the security of our networks but also to do so in a fashion that will allow for, and encourage, the innovation, growth and competitiveness of EU based companies and national economies.

    To achieve these goals he Internet Security Alliance For Europe (ISAFE), a pan-European coalition of major enterprises from multiple sectors, propose structuring the EU directive for cyber security based on the 5 basic principles: