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Read how the EU strengthens the resilience of critical entities

Cyber Policy -28th June 2022

Read how the EU strengthens the resilience of critical entities

The Council presidency and the European Parliament reached a political agreement on the resilience of critical entities' directive. Work will now continue at technical level to finalise the provisional agreement on the full legal text. This agreement is subject to approval by the Council and the European Parliament before going through the formal adoption procedure.


This directive aims to reduce the vulnerabilities and strengthen the physical resilience of critical entities. These are entities providing vital services on which the livelihoods of EU citizens and the proper functioning of the internal market depend. They need to be able to prepare for, cope with, protect against, respond to and recover from natural disasters, terrorist threats, health emergencies or hybrid attacks.


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Source: European Commission