The European parliament has voted in favour of stronger sentences for cybercriminals, especially those that threaten national infrastructure.

Under new laws the 28 EU member states will be required to set terms of no less than two years in prison for individuals caught illegally accessing information systems, tampering with data, illegally intercepting communications, or creating tools that help commit such offences.

This mandated minimum rises to five years if the individuals involved target national systems such as energy plants, public transportation or government servers. These new sentences are higher than tariffs currently imposed by some member states.

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