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Processing of personal data pursuant to this Directive shall be carried out in accordance with Directive 95/46/EC.(16) An online search engine allows the user to perform searches of, in principle, all websites on the basis of a query on any subject.Member States shall ensure that the competent authorities or the csirts inform the single points of contact about incident notifications submitted pursuant to this Directive.enisa, in collaboration with Member States, shall draw up advice and guidelines regarding the technical areas to be considered in relation to paragraph 1 as well as regarding already existing standards, including Member States' national standards, which would allow for those areas to be covered.Such processing should comply with Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and the Council (10) and Regulation (EC) No schoonmaakster op zoek naar amberg 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council (11).The security of network and information systems comprises the security of stored, transmitted and processed data.The daten in het donker seks competent authorities and single point of contact shall, whenever appropriate and in accordance with national law, consult and cooperate with the relevant national law enforcement authorities and national data protection authorities.Because of their cross-border nature, digital service providers should be subject to a more harmonised approach at Union level.The security and notification requirements provided for in this Directive shall not apply to undertakings which are subject to the requirements of Articles 13a and 13b of Directive 2002/21/EC, or to trust service providers which are subject to the requirements of Article 19 of Regulation (EU) No 910/2014.Article 23 Review. .
(24) For the purposes of the identification process, where an entity provides an essential service in two or more Member States, those Member States should engage in bilateral or multilateral discussions with each other.For the purposes of paragraph 1, each Member State shall establish a list of the services referred to in point (a) of paragraph.The obligation to notify an incident shall only apply where the digital service provider has access to the information needed to assess the impact of an incident against the parameters referred to in the first subparagraph.(16) Directive 2013/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of on attacks against information systems and replacing Council Framework Decision 2005/222/JHA ( OJ L 218,.8.2013,.A disruption of such a digital service could prevent the provision of other services which rely on it and could thus have an impact on key economic and societal activities in the Union.(33) To ensure the effective provision of information to the Member States and to the Commission, a summary report should be submitted by the single point of contact to the Cooperation Group, and should be anonymised in order to preserve the confidentiality of the notifications and.Finally, when assessing whether an incident would have a significant disruptive effect on the provision of the service, Member States should take into account a number of cross-sectoral factors, as well as, where appropriate, sector-specific factors.The list of services established by each Member State would serve as further input in the assessment of the regulatory practice of each Member State with a view to ensuring the overall level of consistency of the identification process amongst Member States.

Chapter VI standardisation AND voluntary notification Article 19 Standardisation. .