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Cybersecurity Policy Blog

We share government affairs stories, discuss policy-making in cybersecurity and show how Kaspersky provides protection without borders

One click to attack critical infrastructure. What can we do? Reflections from the UN IGF Workshop
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Updated Approaches to Tackling Existing Problems of Cybersecurity During a Pandemic
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Cybersecurity awareness and training with a difference: EU Cyberpolicy Forum under the banner of KIPS
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Straight talk at the EU Cyberpolicy Forum: ‘We urgently need better international cooperation with all stakeholders in the ecosystem to...
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APAC Online Policy Forum III on the Greater Cyber-resilience through Cyber Capacity Building
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The recent cyberattack incidents involving the largest pipeline system for refined oil products and one of the world’s biggest meat...
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‘Cybersecurity is not everything. But without cybersecurity, everything is nothing’. This pun is not from me (unfortunately, I don't know...
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In cyberspace, it is well-known that once a vulnerability is being exploited, many of us will hardly be immune to the risks due to the...
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In cyberspace, it is well-known that once a vulnerability is being exploited, many of us will hardly be immune to the risks due to the...
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With Decision No. 37/2021, ENISA's Executive Director, Juhan Lepassaar, established the Ad-Hoc Working Group (AHWG) on Cyber Threat...
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More countries are appointing cyber ambassadors, who represent their Member States in the UN First Committee to discuss the use of ICTs in...
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We are all calling for greater transparency about cyber-engagements and greater information sharing, but are there limits to what we can...
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High-level panel discussion at the EU Cyberpolicy Forum – March 23, 11:00am Brussels time
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What do we talk about when we discuss ‘cyber conflict’?
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Who do you call if you’re under a cyberattack?
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Updated document after public consultation with industry and the technical community
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Some would say that – yes, finally, this strange year of 2020 year is nearing its end and hopefully next year will be less stressful for...
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The obsolescing bargain model was born in the early 70s, a period when large American multinational corporations – mostly oil companies –...
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On August 18, 2020, Kaspersky held its inaugural Asia-Pacific Online Policy Forum.
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