The European Union is seeking to create a new system for sharing information between the EU and the United States.
The Commission wants to create the EU Secure Payment Systems, or SPS, to enable EU-US cybersecurity.
The move follows an investigation into whether the US is not following the rules when sharing cyberthreats with its allies.
The EU is working on a proposal that would create an international system of security systems for all member states, with EU countries being part of the consortium.
In a statement, the Commission said the SPS system would be part of a long-term European security strategy that would ensure that EU citizens’ data is safe, secure and secure, and that it is protected by the EU’s own security institutions.
The Commission said it was also working on developing a joint approach with the US to protect cyber threats from the US and its allies, and to strengthen the existing system of cybersecurity cooperation between the two.
The new system will allow EU- US cybersecurity services to share cyberthreat data without being forced to comply with US laws and regulations.
The SPS would provide a system for the sharing of information about cyberthreat threat threats, with an automatic verification mechanism to ensure that it was not being used for spying, it said.
The system would also be able to be shared with other countries, as long as the EU has shared it.
The agreement would allow member states to share information in the event of a threat to national security.
The US and the EU agreed to create SPS in October last year.