The first Programme Board (PB), within the Cooperation Framework with the British Side, aimed at Implementing the Cybersecurity Reform, was held29 April 2021
Under the coordination of the National Security Council’s Office, the first meeting of the Programme Board (PB) was held, aimed at implementing the cybersecurity reform through cooperation with the British side.
The event was opened by Sergo Turmanidze, Acting Head of the National Security Council’s Office and the British experts. The representatives of the National Security Council’s Office and the relevant state agencies also attended the meeting.
Sergo Turmanidze informed foreign experts and Georgian colleagues on the action plan for the implementation of the reform in the field of cybersecurity. British experts made a comprehensive presentation of the programme for the participants of the meeting.
Cybersecurity reform is being implemented in close cooperation with the British partners. To this end, a special programme was elaborated formalizing the support of the British experts. The implementation of the reform implies achievement of concrete results on different strands of action. The respective endeavour encompasses not only the approval of the draft National Cybersecurity Strategy and its Action Plan, but certain aspects of practical cooperation as well.
In cooperation with the British side, a three-tier system is foreseen for the implementation of the cybersecurity reform, encompassing: the Steering Group (SG), the Programme Board (PB) and Georgian Cross Government Cyber (GCGC) Working Group.