Computer security

Romania - Israel Memorandum of Understanding on cybersecurity cooperation signed at Gov't headquarters

Minister of Communications Alexandru Petrescu and the head of Israel's National Cyber Directorate (INCD) Yigal Unna signed on Thursday, at the Victoria Palace of Government, a Memorandum of Understanding on cybersecurity cooperation.

Ten Bulgarians Detained for Paedophilia

Officers from the Cybercrime Department of Bulgaria's General Directorate for Combating Organized Crime have detained 10 more Bulgarian citizens alleged for online abuse of children. The paedophiles arrested on the whole territory of the country in April and May exercised continuous and arrogant sexual blackmail and torture upon their victims /minors aged 7 to 12/, reports BNT.

Romanian presidency of EU Council putting cybersecurity at heart of Digital Agenda (official)

Cybersecurity is at the heart of the concerns in the European Union's Digital Agenda under the Romanian presidency of the Council of the European Union, and one of the files Romania is managing in this area is the establishment of a European Cybersecurity Competence Centre, Romania's Minister of Communications and Information Society Alexandru Petrescu told AGERPRES on Wednesday while attending

There were no Cyber Attacks during Bulgaria’s European Parliament Elections

There have been no cyber attacks during the Bulgarian elections for EU Parliament and the election security was well organized, Bulgaria's Interior Minister, Mladen Marionv, said on May 28. He participated in the opening of a roundtable on "Cyber Security Challenges to the Institutions and Business in Bulgaria" at Inter Expo Center in Sofia, reports BNT. 

There weren’t any Cyberattacks During the Elections

There weren't any cyberattacks during the elections, the security of the vote was well organised, the Interior Minister Mladen Marinov said. However, he predicts that cyberattacks will inevitably increase.

The problem lies within the legislation in Bulgaria, because the Electronic Communications Act prevents investigations.

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