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BUILDING CYBER RESILIENCE - Aligning strategies and increasing cooperation

ICT and Digital Agenda
Date: Tuesday, 06 November 2018 13:00

Venue: Contact organisers for location details  |  City: Brussels

Disruptive cyberattacks are increasingly frequent and threaten all levels of states and societies. The WannaCry and the NotPetya attacks which cost hundreds of millions of dollars in corporate losses are just two recent examples of the havoc caused by such malicious assaults. Deterrence and resilience are the key to being able to withstand, recover and respond to such practices. Whilst cyber defence remains a core competence of EU and NATO members, the transnational nature of cyber-threats demands strategic, coordinated and complementary responses by both organisations.

Part of Friends of Europe’s Peace, Security and Defence Programme, this event builds on our series of debates on resilience, which aims to develop, foster and promote building resilience into systems, policies and approaches that enables states and societies to withstand, adapt, recover and respond to shocks and crises. Our work is firmly anchored in our expertise in a range of fields, including energy and climate change, geopolitics, international development, migration and health. We seek a holistic approach to European, transatlantic and global security policies. Security considerations are, in turn, mainstreamed into these areas of expertise, enriching the debate by encouraging experts to think outside their comfort zones.

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