Vulcan Insight Analysis of the Latest EU Developments

Brexit: So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye

On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom voted by four percentage points to leave the EU. At 11 pm tonight, the UK will cease to be a member of the EU. The country will no longer have a seat at the EU decision-making table, and will enter the transition period, following EU rules and regulations until the next ‘cliff-edge’ on 31 December 2020. It has been over three and a half years since the Brexit vote: tomorrow everything will have changed legally, but little will have changed practically. Keep reading

EU falls short of banning Huawei

On Wednesday, the European Commission published an EU toolbox for 5G security of common measures which EU Member States can use to mitigate the main cybersecurity risks of 5G networks across Europe. These risks were previously identified in the EU coordinated risk assessment published last October by the EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA). The toolbox sets out mitigation plans for each of the identified risks and recommends key strategic and technical measures which should be taken by all of the Member States, as well as by the European Commission. Keep reading

Irish General Election analysis

Vulcan is providing daily updates on the election campaign over the coming weeks.
Keep an eye on our website www.vulcanconsulting.eu and social media [at]VulcanInsight to stay informed.

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