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Germany Sets Up €350m Euro Cybersecurity Agency to Strengthen “Digital Sovereignty”

Germany announced that it has setup a federal agency to combat cyber threats and safeguard the country’s digital sovereignty.

On August 11, Germany announced that it has setup a federal agency to combat cyber threats and safeguard the country’s digital sovereignty. The organization will be based in Halle before moving to Leipzig/Halle Aiport and receive €350 million euros (US$412 million) in initial funding by 2023. Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer called the creation of the agency a “milestone in the protection of our IT systems.”” (Source)

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