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Cyber Resilience Programme

The Cyber Resilience Programme at GLOBSEC works to understand the evolving nature and scope of cyber threats amidst increasing cyber insecurity, rapid adoption of emerging technologies, and unprecedented geopolitical circumstances. Activities of the programme include proposing actionable and implementable policy positions and strategies for national government and intergovernmental organization officials on issues like active defence, cyber incident response, cyber capacity development among others as well as assessing key regional and transatlantic partnerships in the field of cybersecurity. Furthermore, one of the key objectives of the programme is to facilitate discussions on cybersecurity issues for non-traditional security spheres (media, healthcare, education) and integrate non-traditional cybersecurity stakeholders (journalists, non-profits, foundations) into the security dialogue.

Press releases

cyberspace

On December 9, participants from the private sector, public administration, academia, and the think-tank space joined GLOBSEC virtually to outline concrete priority areas where the United States and the European Union can scale cooperation to better secure cyberspace in light of a

04.01.2023

Publications

Publication preview

GLOBSEC has partnered with the Cyber Readiness Index 2.0 (CRI) team at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies (PIPS) – a Washington D.C.-based think tank – and is pleased to announce the release of the "Slovak Republic Cyber Readiness at a Glance." This report provides the most in-depth analysis to date of Sl...

on 29.04.2019
Woman and computer photo

As proven by the ongoing war in Ukraine, the cyber domain keeps gaining on importance. In order to keep up with the fast-paced changes in this area, GLOBSEC is launching a new project.

19.07.2022
cyberspace

On December 9, participants from the private sector, public administration, academia, and the think-tank s

19.12.2022

Commentaries

Anushka Kaushik, Associate Fellow in the Cyber Resilience Programme at the GLOBSEC Policy Institute in Bratislava presents and analyses security and privacy risks associated with IoT, offering recommendation

on 29.06.2020

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