Georgia Cybersecurity Forum was held26 September 2020
The first Georgia Cybersecurity Forum, organized by the Office of the National Security Council (NSC) with the support of the Government of Georgia was held.
The representatives of the NSC Office and the agencies active in cybersecurity field took part in a thematic sessions of the Cybersecurity Forum.
The Head of the NSC Office, Kakhaber Kemoklidze stressed the significance of the forum and underlined the importance of ensuring a secure and safe cyber domain for enhancing national security and democratic development of the country.
The Head of the NSC Office emphasized the importance of approving the draft National Cybersecurity Strategy and its Action Plan. The representatives of the NSC Office and the agencies active in cybersecurity fields presented their working directions in the cyberdomain.
They discussed the necessity of the development of cyber architecture in the country. The participants of the forum also elobarated on election-related cybersecurity issues as well as information security legislation.
Special attention was attached to the significance of cybersecurity vulnerabilities of the Black Sea region.
The speakers invited from the relevant state agencies of Georgia's strategic allies presented their views on the security of the Georgian cyber domain.
The Cybersecurity Forum was attended by representatives of relevant Georgian agencies, diplomatic missions and international institutions.