“The European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström is celebrating the ten year birthday of the Budapest Convention against cybercrime.

Speaking in Hungary, she said much had been achieved, but cyber attacks were still increasing. She noted recent attacks against carbon trading systems, and a wider attack on EC email systems which left her without email on a trip to Cairo. Malmström also said that although the convention was begun in the mid-90s it had still not been ratified by ten countries, including Belgium and the United Kingdom.”

From The Register