Slovak Security Policy Institute has published its new study, which focuses on the current state of cyber security of the V4 counties. The study is titled V4 goes cyber: challenges, and opportunities “.
The text was written by Maroš Kirňák, Roman Šulc, Zsolt Illési and Kamil Gapiński and it is result of expert meetings that took place in Bratislava, Prague, Budapest and Warsaw. The study brings suggestions for improvement in the most problematic areas. Apart that, it offers the view of the current state of cyber security of the counties of the Visegrad group – Slovak republic, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary.
The study was written within long-term project „Secure and Strong: V4 goes cyber “. The goal of this project is to improve the coordination and efficiency of approaches of Visegrad group countries on the matters of cyber security, through research, analysis and public discussions.
The project is runs in cooperation with foreign partners: Prague Security Institute, Casimir Pulaski Foundation, Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy and with support of the International Visegrad Fund.