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What to expect in 2023

The European Union has an unusual IT strategy. While the US is prioritizing the development of global technology giants, the EU is aiming to become the industry’s leading regulator.

In 2022, the bloc launched two sweeping sets of tough new rules: the Digital Markets Act (DMA), which aims to strengthen competition in online services, and the Digital Services Act (DSA), which aims to protect people from online harm. Analysts expect regulation to accelerate next year.

“The one thing we can be sure of is that there will be more regulation next year, and better enforcement of it,” said Alan Calder, CEO of GRC International Groupa global provider of IT governance, risk management and compliance solutions.

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To gauge the details, TNW asked IT experts across the bloc what they predict for EU policy in 2023. All expect significant legislative changes, with certain technologies in particular prominent in their forecasts.

Tighter security

Our experts expect significant developments in cybersecurity regulation. Kostas Rossoglou, from Shopify Head of Public Policy and Government Affairs for EMEA and internationally, emphasized the importance of the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA).

The recently adopted regulation aims to harmonize the financial sector’s approach to cybersecurity. To comply, organizations will need to review outdated IT systems and may need to invest in new software and possibly invest in new software. This could be costly in the short term, but Rossoglou is optimistic it will pay off. He expects security levels to increase, mitigating attacks, reducing downtime and saving money.

“While it will take a few more years for compliance to become mandatory, it will ultimately put financial organizations in a much stronger position to handle failures, leaks, unauthorized access and data loss,” he said. “Within the highly sensitive information available to the financial industry, this is extremely important.”

“It is never too early to be informed.

Another proposal making its way through the EU is the Cyber ​​Resilience Act. This regulation sets cybersecurity requirements for connected devices, providing consumers with transparency about practices, testing and common functions.

The legislation is currently undergoing a consultation process. Rossoglou advises organizations to closely monitor progress next year.

“It will probably take a year or two to finalize and then organizations will have a 24-month transition period to comply,” he said. “However, it is never too early to be aware of upcoming changes. Regular monitoring for updates ensures that companies are prepared for the changes in time.”

Kostas Rossoglou, Shopify's Head of Public Policy and Government Affairs for EMEA and Internationally