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Team

Our team brings together a unique set of skills and years of experience with making the global cyberspace more secure.

Project team

Siim Alatalu

Director of the Project

Kristo Põllu

Deputy Director of the Project

Silja-Madli Ossip

Outreach and Events Coordinator

Erkki Leego

Training Coordinator

Liina Areng

Regional Programme Lead

Kristiina Ramat

Project Assistant

Implemented by

Estonian Information System Authority

Estonian Information System Authority (RIA) leads the development of national IT systems and ensures national cybersecurity in cooperation with its partners. RIA is committed to ensuring the smooth and sustainable operation of a secure e-state. It manages and protects the state Internet network and ensures secure e-elections, aiming for a sustainable digital identity of Estonia and its wide use around the world.

Managed by RIA, the State Portal eesti.ee delivers citizens important information regarding the state. The reliability and development of the digital state depend on us. We increase confidence in the state and its services.

Financed by

The EU’s overall political goals are developed collectively by its institutions. Find out how the EU’s strategy is developed and translated into policies and initiatives by the European Commission.

The Service for Foreign Policy Instruments of the European Commission is responsible for the financial and operational components of EU foreign policy. It helps countries cope with crises and maintain peace, security, law and order. Besides enforcing EU sanctions, FPI fights trade in conflict diamonds and materials linked to torture.

Advisory Board

The EU CyberNet is implemented in cooperation with the Advisory Board partners – the Federal Foreign Office of Germany and the Cybersecurity Competence Centre of Luxembourg. The board provides strategic oversight, reviews progress and consults on future plans.

Federal Foreign Office
Germany

https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de

Cybersecurity Competence Center
Luxembourg

https://www.c-3.lu