Online seminar on cybersecurity cooperation between government and private sector was held19 November 2020
Within the framework of the joint project of the Office of the National Security Council and the NATO-Georgia Professional Development Programme, in cooperation with the Information System Authority (RIA) of Estonia, a webinar was held on the Significance of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Enhancing Cybersecurity.
Representatives of relevant state agencies and the private sector participated in the event.
Introductory remarks were made by the representatives of the Office of the National Security Council of Georgia and the Information System Authority (RIA) of Estonia. During opening remarks, the respective speakers provided a short overview of current trends, in the field, and elaborated on relevant functional responsibilities of their agencies.
During working sessions, the Estonian experts discussed the best European practices on protection of critical (information) infrastructure, including relevant actors’ cooperation formats and mitigation measures. In addition, the experience of European countries in sharing information between government agencies and the private sector (incident management, cyber threat detection, containment and response) was also one of the main topics of the discussion.
The presentations, delivered by respective experts, were followed by relevant Q/A sessions.