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Add a skillset: Cyber Crime – International

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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2nd Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention; Budapest Convention; Directive on combating fraud and counterfeiting of non-cash means of payment (Directive 2019/713); EU Directive against cybercrime (Directive 2013/40/EU); EU e-evidence proposal; Financial investigations; Prevention of online fraud; Protection of children online; Prevention of money laundering

Add a skillset: Cyber Crime – National

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Child protection legislation; Competent authority; Cooperation channels; Cooperation with private sector; Cybercrime policy; Cybercrime prevention; Cybercrime reporting; Cybercrime strategy; Data protection; Dedicated cybercrime units; Electronic evidence; Interagency cooperation; International cooperation; Judicial training; Law enforcement training; Legislation about terrorist use of information technology; Money laundering legislation; Prevention of money laundering; Prevention of online fraud; Procedural law; Protection of children online; Standards; Substantive law

Add a skillset: Data Protection

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Confidentiality-Integrity-Availability (CIA); Data retention of telecommunications data; ePrivacy Directive (Directive 2002/58/EC, Directive on privacy and electronic communications); General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); National legislation; Police Directive (Directive (EU) 2016/680)

Add a skillset: EU Cyber Policy

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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5G Toolbox; Certification; CSIRT Network; Cyber diplomacy; Cyber Diplomacy Toolbox; Cyber Norms (Norms of responsible state behaviour); Cyber Security Act; Cybercrime; Digital Services Act; eIDAS; ePrivacy Directive (Directive 2002/58/EC, Directive on privacy and electronic communications); EU Cybersecurity Strategy (2013): An Open, Safe and Secure Cyberspace; EU Cybersecurity Strategy (2017): Resilience, Deterrence and Defence: Building strong cybersecurity for the EU; General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); Human rights in cyberspace; Information security standards; National legislation; NIS Directive; Policy implementation; Security Economics

Add a skillset: Information Security Standards

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Certification; CIIP - designation of sectors, services; CIS20; COBIT 5; Competent authority; Governmental CERT tasks and functions; Information security frameworks; ISKE; ISO 27000:2016; ISO 27001:2013; ISO 27005:2018; ISO 31000:2018; IT-Grundschutz; Mandatory information security standards; Measures for incident handling; Mitigation; NIST 800-30; Obligations for CII subjects; Procedures; Reporting and information exchange; Security protocol standards; Voluntary information security standards

Add a skillset: International Law of Cyber Ops

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Armed conflict; Article V Threshold; Customary law; Cyber Norms (Norms of responsible state behaviour); Cyber operations; International humanitarian law; Private law; Public law; State practice; Tallinn Manual

Add a skillset: Legal & Regulatory Frameworks

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Budapest Convention; Council of Europe (COE); Institutional frameworks; Investigative techniques; Legal frameworks; National legislation; Public law

Add a skillset: CIIP

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Business continuity; CI; CII; Cyber vulnerabilitiy; ECI; Energy; Finance; Health; Industrial Control System (ICS); Institutional capacity; Physical vulnerability; Risk assessment; Smart Grid; Telecommunications; Transport

Add a skillset: Cyber Awareness & Dissemination

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Awareness and Training; Communicating technology; Communication strategy; Prevention; Public relations; Security Economics; Strategic reporting; Target audience analysis

Add a skillset: Cyber Crisis Management

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Civil-military cooperation; Comprehensive approach; Cyber defence capabilities and doctrines; Cybersecurity management; Cyber situational awareness; National legislation; Prevention; Strategic reporting; Threat assessment; Public relations

Add a skillset: Cyber Exercises & Readiness

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Cyber crisis management; Cyber decision-making; Cyber element in exercises; Cyber hygiene and education; Cyber range; Cyber risk mapping; Cyber situational awareness; Exercise planning; Public-private partnership; Scenario planning; Security Economics; Tabletop exercise (TTX); Tactics, technics and procedures (TTP); Technical exercise; Whole-of-Government approach

Add a skillset: Cyber Risk Management

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Asset management; Asset vulnerabilities; Authentication and Access Control; Compliance; Cyber risk mapping; Cyber situational awareness; Cyber threat intelligence; Cybersecurity roles and responsibilities; Governance and risk management processes; Identity Management; Infosec risk management; ISO 27005:2018; IT-Grundschutz; Legal and regulatory requirements; Organisational cybersecurity policy; Organisational risk tolerance; Prevention; Security Economics; Supply chain risk management; Threat assessment

Add a skillset: Cyber Threat Intelligence

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Cyber operations; Cyber risk mapping; Data analysis; Data correlation; Information sharing; Prevention; Strategic reporting; Technical data collection; Threat assessment; Threat hunting

Add a skillset: IT Security Assessment

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Data security; Information protection processes and procedures; Information security standards; Institutional capacity; Security solution management; Travel security

Add a skillset: Incident Management

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Alert thresholds; Analysis; Communication; Crisis management mechanisms, standards and procedures; Cross-cutting issues; Cybercrime; Detection processes; Forensics; Incident registration; International cooperation frameworks; Investigation; Mitigation; Recover; Respond; Response planning; Taxonomy

Add a skillset: 5G

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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5G Toolbox; International cooperation; Legislation; National security; Norms; Security audit; Strategic risk management; Supply chain; Technology standards; Telecommunication standards

Add a skillset: Artificial Intelligence

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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AI ethical issues; AI legal issues; AI strategy; CIIP; Cross-cutting issues; Data analysis; Data collection; Data poisoning; Data protection; Data strategy; General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); Institutional capacity; Machine learning; Machine Learning Algorithms; Privacy; Stakeholder analysis

Add a skillset: Blockchain

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Applied cryptography; Public ledger

Add a skillset: Cyber Diplomacy

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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African Union (AU); Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Attribution; Conflict prevention; Council of Europe (COE); Cyber Confidence-Building Measures; Cyber Dialogues; Cyber Diplomacy Toolbox; Cyber Norms (Norms of responsible state behaviour); European Union (EU); International law; Mediation; North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO); Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE); Organization of American States (OAS); Rights-Based Approach; Sanctions; United Nations (UN)

Add a skillset: Executive Cyber Security

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Business continuity; CIIP; Cost modelling; Cross-cutting issues; Cyber crisis management; Cyber risk management; Cyber risk mapping; Cyber situational awareness; Cybersecurity management; Decision-making exercises; Impact analysis; Public relations; Security Economics; Strategic reporting; Strategy-to-OPLAN; TRANSITS II

Add a skillset: International Cooperation Frameworks

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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ACNIC; AfricaCERT; APCERT; Budapest Convention 24/7 POCs; FIRST; GFCE; Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN); LACNIC; Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA); RIPE; TERENA; TF-CSIRT

Add a skillset: International Organisations in Cyber

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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African Union (AU); Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Council of Europe (COE); ENISA; Eurojust; European Union (EU); Europol; International Telecommunications Union (ITU); Interpol; North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO); Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE); Organization of American States (OAS); United Nations (UN)

Add a skillset: Internet Governance

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Domain Name System (DNS); Emerging Technologies; Ethics; Integrity of infrastructure, hardware, software and services; International law; International standards; Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN); Internet Governance Forum (IGF); Multi-stakeholderism; Net neutrality

Add a skillset: National Cyber Security Strategy

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Action plan; Cross-cutting issues; Cyber capacity assessment; Cybersecurity management; Ends-ways-means model; Good governance; Institutional capacity; Inter-sectoral relations; National cyber organisation; Prevention; Public policy; Public-private partnership; Security Economics; Stakeholder analysis; Strategic planning; Strategy development; Threat assessment; Whole-of-Government approach

Add a skillset: Quantum computing

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Post Quantum Cryptography

Add a skillset: Technology Governance

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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5G; Artificial Intelligence (AI); Blockchain; Digital government; Infrastructure; Quantum computing; Strategic risk management; Supply chain security; Technological sovereignty

Add a skillset: Applied Cryptography

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Blockchain; Protocol analysis; Protocol design; Public key cryptography; Public ledger; Quantitative risk analysis; Standard protocol; Timestamping

Add a skillset: Botnet Mitigation

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Analysis; Botnet; Botnet C2 (Command and control); Lockheed Martin Kill Chain; Malicious code; Malware indicators; Monitoring; Reverse engineering

Add a skillset: Cloud Security & Compliance

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Amazon Web Services; Azure; Cloud Service Providers (CSP); DevOps; Google Cloud; Penetration testing; Web Security

Add a skillset: Computer security incident response

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Business continuity; Incident handling; Incident response techniques; Legal issues; Operational practices; Organisational issues; Thresholds; TRANSITS I

Add a skillset: Digital Forensics

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Cryptocurrency tracing; Darkweb investigation; Digital evidence; Disk imaging; Evidence acquisition; Malware forensics; Mobile forensics; Network forensics; Threat hunting; Virtual tracing; Windows forensics

Add a skillset: Digital Identity & Trust Services

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Authentication and Access Control; Biometrics; Certification; eIDAS; Electronic identity; ETSI standards; Identity Management; Security audit; Single-Sign-On (SSO)

Add a skillset: Embedded Systems / Special Systems

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Embedded Systems; Special Systems

Add a skillset: General IT Systems Security

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Capture the Flag (CTF); Cloud security; DNS security; Linux security; Network infrastructure; Network scanning; Penetration testing; Web application security; Windows security

Add a skillset: Industrial Control Systems / Cyber Physical Systems

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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5G; CIIP; Code audit; Distributed Control System (DCS); Hardware security; Industrial Control System (ICS); Internet of Things (IoT); Penetration testing; Programmable Logic Controller (PLC); Security architecture; Security audit; Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)

Add a skillset: Internet of Things

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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5G; Autonomous systems; Certification; Data protection; Security audit; Supply chain security

Add a skillset: Malware Analysis

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.
OPS
OPS means operational issues, i.e. cybersecurity expertise that relates to achieving and maintaining cyber security and cyber resilience, including in the society-wide or whole-of-government context. OPS experts can provide practical advice on e.g. how to develop one’s cyber security capacity, techniques, structures and procedures.
STRAT
STRAT stands for expertise in strategic and global issues where cyber security shapes the strategic context around and inside societies. STRAT experts can support e.g. with broader technology governance and cyber diplomacy issues as well as with hands-on policy, doctrine and capability development support.
TECH
TECH stands for technical cybersecurity expertise in issues that directly relate to information technology (IT) or computer information systems (CIS) that support business processes, in either mainstream (business IT) or special environments (from Industrial Control Systems to various types of devices).
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Code audit; Debugging; Distributed-Denial-of Service (DDoS) protection; Exploitation techniques; Operating system; System administration

Add a skillset: Mobile Security & Forensics

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LAW
LAW means law – but not only. It includes expertise on international and national law and legal frameworks – but also issues related to EU cyber policy and regulations, developing IT and cyber security standards, law enforcement and cyber crime etc. LAW experts’ support can include both policy and legal assessments.