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Cybersecurity in the European Union and Beyond: Exploring the Threats and Policy Responses

Upon request of the LIBE committee, RAND Europe conducted this study to develop a better understanding about the main cybersecurity threats, the existing cybersecurity capabilities in the European Union and the United States, the challenges and areas of improvement in the area of transnational cooperation as well as the effectiveness of the EU response.

The law enforcement challenges of cybercrime: are we really playing catch-up?

This study was commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the LIBE Committee. With a number of high-profile criminal cases, such as ‘Silk Road’, cybercrime has been very much in the spotlight in recent years, both in Europe and elsewhere. While this study shows that cybercrime poses significant challenges for law enforcement, it also argues that the key cybercrime concern for law enforcement is legal rather than technical and technological. The study further underlines that the European Parliament is largely excluded from policy development in the field of cybercrime, impeding public scrutiny and accountability.

The data protection regime in China

This in-depth analysis was commissioned by the European Parliament's Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the LIBE Committee. One cannot talk of a proper data protection regime in China, at least not as it is perceived in the EU. The international data protection fundamentals that may be derived from all relevant regulatory instruments in force today, namely the personal data processing principles and the individual rights to information, access and rectification, are not unequivocally granted under Chinese law. This analysis provides a perspective of privacy Chinese laws and ends up with list of realistic policy recommendations that has been drawn up in order to establish whether China’s recent data protection effort is part of a persistent, yet concise, policy

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