The EU's fragmented cybersecurity market
An opinion piece by Clara Jammot, who contributed to ECSO's activities
While the EU recognises the importance of cybersecurity policies, it continues to lag behind certain international counterparts in terms of creating a unified ecosystem and providing investment opportunities. One of the central problems hindering the EU is the fragmentation of its cybersecurity market, which impedes European cybersecurity companies from scaling up and forces them to look for alternative markets to develop their businesses. European cybersecurity cannot rely solely on the top-down approach of EU institutions creating regulatory frameworks and member states implementing laws.
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