The German Federal Ministry of the Interior on Friday published its revised proposal for a new IT security law. The draft law seeks to protect the privacy of German citizens and improve the IT security of companies operating in the country by imposing new minimum security requirements on telecommunications providers and operators of critical communications infrastructure, among others. The most current draft law was based on a version that was proposed in 2013, but was not approved by the legislature before the federal elections in autumn of that year. The proposed legislation must be endorsed by the German Government before it can go to parliament for approval.
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