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An online workshop on the EU Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade

On 5 February, EU CyberNet held an online workshop for project implementers in cooperation with the European Commission’s Service of Foreign Policy Instruments and the European External Action Service.

By Kristo Põllu, Deputy Director, EU CyberNet
EU CyberNet part of the new EU Cybersecurity Strategy

On 16 December, the European Commission published the new EU’s Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade, which proposes guiding principles to enhance EU’s collective resilience against cyber threats, taking into account the recent developments in digital transformation.

By EU CyberNet team
Experts and organisations were invited to join EU CyberNet Network at the annual conference

On 30 October, the first EU CyberNet Annual Conference took place at Tallinn Creative Hub focussing on the cyber capacity building projects of the EU, the possibilities for more coordinated and effective delivery of development cooperation, and the role of EU CyberNet in these activities.

By EU CyberNet team
Press release: RIA has published a comprehensive compendium “Cyber Security in Estonia 2020”

The Estonian Information System Authority (RIA) has compiled a comprehensive overview of cyber security in Estonia.

Information System Authority / By Seiko Kuik, Press Officer, Estonian Information System Authority
INTERVIEW | Siim Alatalu, Director of EU CyberNet: Estonia has gained the reputation of a cybersecurity expert – now, we need to maintain and develop it!

The European Union cyber capacity building network EU CyberNet is managed from Tallinn, Estonia. Forte interviewed Siim Alatalu, who has been appointed as the director of the network.

delfi.ee / By Lauri Jürisoo
To those who commit cyber crimes, national borders are meaningless lines on a map

It can prove rather difficult to explain the digitalised nature of Estonia to a complete stranger, particularly if they have zero experience of e-services and online solutions. But I’ll give it a go.

Margus Noormaa
By Margus Noormaa, Director General, Estonian Information System Authority
A trusted and cyber secure Europe

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) aims to act as a centre of expertise in cybersecurity, assisting with the development of Union policy, operational cooperation, cybersecurity certification and standardisation, and promoting capacity building.

By Juhan Lepassaar, Executive Director, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA)
COVID-19 impact measures & recommendations from EU cyber projects

The COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown rules have left its mark on every aspect of our lives. The cross-border nature of capacity building work meant that lockdown presented also challenges to continuation of implementation to EU funded cyber capacity building projects.

By EU CyberNet team

What people are talking about cyber capacity building