On 3 June, the European Union and Ukraine held their first cyber dialogue to strengthen Ukraine’s resilience and to improve its legislation in the field.
The EU and Ukraine provided updates on their respective cyber-related institutional settings, responsibilities as well as policy and legislative developments, including the update of the EU Network Information Security (NIS) Directive and the efforts by Ukraine to develop its cybersecurity-related policies and legislation, in alignment with the EU legal and institutional framework.
Ukraine presented its work towards the implementation of the Budapest Convention that serves as a solid basis for national legislation and international cooperation in fighting cybercrime. The draft legislative acts amending the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine and the Code on Administrative Offences have been approved by the Committee of the Ukrainian Parliament and are awaiting consideration.
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