There are as yet no direct equivalents of the mandatory security breach reporting legislation we have seen in the U.S., either at a European Union level or within Europe itself. That is not to say there is no law on the reporting of breaches in Europe. While a number of countries have been looking at the increasing number of security breaches, in the main the response has been to use existing privacy legislation to take action.

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