1. bookVolume 23 (2018): Issue 1 (March 2018)
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Cyber Security Policy and Strategy in the European Union and Nato

Published Online: 11 May 2018
Page range: 16 - 24
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2247-840X
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15 Mar 2017
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4 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

Nowadays it is clear not only for professionals but also for outsiders that our advanced Western societies cannot operate without the infrastructure based on information technologies. The security of these infrastructures, which are present in public utilities, economic life, public administration, defence sector or even in the smallest detail of everyday life, have a vital importance. The reason for this is very simple: if these systems do not work, then society does not work either. The importance of cyberspace can no longer be questioned. Accordingly, the challenges and threats to cyberspace have to be addressed at strategic level. This paper presents the most important cyber security principles and strategies of the European Union and NATO.

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