Recognising the omnipresence of cyber threats, all EU Members have developed cyber strategies – as Figure 1 illustrates. Some have also appointed cyber ambassadors, envoys or representatives, and drafted sub-strategies on cyber defence. It has also been suggested that an EU Special Representative for International Cyberspace Policy should be appointed to ‘defend the EU’s positions on the international stage’.
European countries with cyber strategies and representatives
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