Kadri Kaska has been head of the Legal Branch and legal researcher of cybersecurity policy at the NATO CCDCOE since 2008. Her main area of research is national cybersecurity strategy and governance; as part of her portfolio, she maintains the Centre’s National Cybersecurity Strategies repository and is editor of the “National Cybersecurity Governance” series. She also writes on the legal aspects of state cyber activities. In 2017–18 she was seconded to the Estonian Information System Authority, where she was the lead author and editor of annual Estonian Cyber Security Assessments and contributed to the agency’s activities in cyber threat assessment, policy analysis and legal drafting. In that capacity, she was one of the authors of Estonia’s new Cyber Security Act and the 2018 Cyber Security Strategy. Kadri holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Tartu.
Publications 20. May, 2021
So Far, Yet So Close: Japanese and Estonian Cybersecurity Policy Perspectives and Cooperation
Estonia and Japan are among the leaders in cyber diplomacy and cybersecurity on the global stage, Japan also being a…Read more
Publications 04. Jun, 2020
China’s Sovereignty and Internet Governance
Increasingly, China’s expanding role in the evolution and development of both the global economy and digital technologies must be acknowledged.Read more
Commentary 25. Jun, 2019
How to Tame the Dragon?
5G Technology is not like its predecessors and caution is needed in proceeding.Read more
Commentary 20. Sep, 2018
On Cyber Defence—a Comprehensive Look
Evolving Technology and Growing DependenceRead more