Issue 465 | 20 November 2017

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 21 November 2017 in Magazines
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Julian King interview, Cybersecurity, Press Freedom, Cohesion Policy,  Wildlife Trafficking, Rare Diseases, Workers' Rights, Open Innovation, Security of Energy supply, 5 questions with Anna Maria Corazza Bildt and more...

The King of EU Cybersecurity

With digital crime and cyber attacks on the increase, European security union Commissioner Julian King tells Rajnish Singh how he plans to strengthen Europe's cyber defences

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