January 28, 2013

Toward an EU Cybersecurity Strategy: The Role of Estonia

After a late start, the European Union has recently begun to recognize the extent and severity of the challenges posed by cybersecurity threats. Whereas such concerns were previously restricted to a relatively small circle of technical experts, policymakers are finally becoming aware of the manifold dangers that cyber attacks present to so many areas of society, from commercial banking and intellectual property to energy infrastructure and even military communication networks.

After a late start, the European Union has recently begun to recognize the extent and severity of the challenges posed by cybersecurity threats. Whereas such concerns were previously restricted to a relatively small circle of technical experts, policymakers are finally becoming aware of the manifold dangers that cyber attacks present to so many areas of society, from commercial banking and intellectual property to energy infrastructure and even military communication networks.

28.01.2013, Emmet Tuohy
After a late start, the European Union has recently begun to recognize the extent and severity of the challenges posed by cybersecurity threats. Whereas such concerns were previously restricted to a relatively small circle of technical experts, policymakers are finally becoming aware of the manifold dangers that cyber attacks present to so many areas of society, from commercial banking and intellectual property to energy infrastructure and even military communication networks.

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