Resources

 

National Cyber Security Organisation

The project offers a comprehensive overview of existing national organisational models for ensuring cyber security as a part of national security in NATO Nations.

The study outlines the division of cyber security tasks and responsibilities between different agencies, describes their mandate, tasks and competence, as well as coordination among them. In particular, the study describes the mandates of political and strategic management; operational cyber security capabilities and cyber incident management; military cyber defence; and cyber aspects of crisis prevention and crisis management. It also offers a summary of the national information society setting and e-government initiatives as well as the national cyber security strategy objectives in order to clarify the context for the organisational approach in a particular nation.

The result of the project is a series of country profiles, outlining national cyber security management structures by nation. The selection of countries covered will be expanded over 2016.

Reports in this series

National Cyber Security Organisation in Czech Republic

National Cyber Security Organisation in Estonia

National Cyber Security Organisation in France

National Cyber Security Organisation in Hungary

National Cyber Security Organisation in Italy

National Cyber Security Organisation in Lithuania

National Cyber Security Organisation in the Netherlands

National Cyber Security Organisation in Spain

National Cyber Security Organisation in Slovakia

National Cyber Security Organisation in the United Kingdom

National Cyber Security Organisation in the United States

Non-NATO nations

National Cyber Security Organisation in China

To notify us of updates, please write to stratpol.update-at-ccdcoe.org.