While the U.S. Senate has sidelined its vote for the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) earlier this week, the EU is moving ahead with a new directive that would place stronger requirements on technology companies in the wake of breaches.

Like CISA, the Network and Information Security Directive has been stalled for a number of months as debates have raged about its deployment, but according to Reuters, which recently viewed a copy of the draft, the directive is likely to go into effect within the year.

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