On Tuesday 19 March 2019, the European Court of Auditors (ECA) will publish a briefing paper on the EU’s cybersecurity policy.
The briefing paper aims to provide an overview of the EU’s complex cybersecurity policy landscape. It covers network and information security, cybercrime, cyber defence and disinformation, taking into account developments up to December 2018.
The Commission has welcomed the agreement reached by EU Member States on detailed measures needed to simplify VAT rules for sales of goods online, also ensuring that online marketplaces play their part in the fight against tax fraud.
The discussion will address issues such as tax competitiveness, tax protectionism and government accountability in the EU.