The European Commission tasked the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity with adding data sovereignty requirements to the draft Cybersecurity Certification Scheme for Cloud Services, Euractiv reports. The strategy would be near-identical to France’s cybersecurity certification regime, SecNumCloud. Under the draft scheme, maintenance, operations and data processed by cloud service providers would have to be located in the EU. Non-European access would be guaranteed by mandating cloud service providers be headquartered in the EU.
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