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Aspen Digital raises interoperability, mutual recognition as guiding principles for regulatory harmonization

By Jacob Livesay / May 13, 2024

Global regulatory harmonization efforts should be built on a foundation of interoperability and mutual recognition, according to a report from Aspen Digital’s Global Cybersecurity Group.

“The global cybersecurity regulatory environment is deeply fragmented, inefficient, and often ineffective,” the May 8 report says.

The report proposes three principles “to help policymakers align regulatory frameworks worldwide, and to develop regulations that drive good cyber.”

The first principle is centered on interoperability and transparency.

A focus on interoperability “reflects the horizontal, interconnected...


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