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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)

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

  1. This is not strange, now everyone is concerned about cybersecurity, and the fact that the state creates such departments is very correct. I also began to study these issues more and even use proxy services like https://proxybros.com/reviews/smartproxy-com/ is an intermediate server, software or hardware, that is between the end user and the website or server of another service.

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