EU task force to study IT critical infrastructure

Thursday, 21 April 2005, 1:42 PM EST

The European Union has set up a task force to explore what its 25 member states are doing to combat cyberthreats against the region's critical infrastructure.

As part of the EU's Critical Information Infrastructure Research Coordination (CI2RCO) project, announced Friday, the task force aims to identify research groups and programs focused on IT security in critical infrastructures, such as telecommunications networks and power grids.

By John Blau at Computerworld.

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