One for all, all for one: the role of cooperation in enhancing cyber resilience in Europe – TOPIC 01 Sub 02 2024

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18 June 2024 | 11:30 - 12:15 EEST | Auditorium
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Main Topic 1: European policies and strategies
Working title: One for all, all for one: the role of cooperation for enhancing cyber resilience in Europe
Proposals: (#11) (#22) #52 #55 (#60) #63 #68 #69 (see list of proposals)

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Session teaser

The European Union is working to fortify its digital infrastructure against escalating cyber threats. Malicious acts know no national borders and are rarely limited to a single target. For this reason, while building one's own defence capabilities remains essential, it is even more crucial to work together towards the goal of establishing collective resilience across the continent. Cooperation is challenging; it may necessitate seeking compromises or even sacrificing part of one's own interests or assets to assist partners. At the same time, however, it paves the way for building collective strength and defence, far more robust than what a single actor could provide for themselves.

Session description

The goal of this session is to explore various aspects of cooperation for cyber resilience building in Europe. Such partnerships can take different forms, bringing both a wide range of opportunities, as well as challenges. Some of them are already highly mature and can serve as best practices examples, while for others there is still a room for progress.

The diverse backgrounds of key participants of the session will bring a wide spectrum of perspectives on the cooperation for cyber resilience. The audience will have the opportunity to learn about, among others, operational, legal and administrative nuances of the topic. They can also share their own observations, experiences and examples. As the final result of the session, we hope to gather a range of inputs on chances and risks connected with cooperation in the area of cybersecurity and the list of existing best practices.


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Programme Committee member(s)

  • Karen Mulberry, IEEE

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Focal Point

  • Emilia Zalewska-Czajczyńska, NASK PIB

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  • Gianluca Diana
  • Vittorio Bertola
  • Peter Koch, denic
  • Mark Carvell
  • Liljana Pecova Ilieska
  • Aleksandra Peczsz-Okońska
  • Rita Spínola
  • Piotr Slowinski
  • Klaudia Gebala
  • Natálie Terčová
  • Inga Rimkevičienė
  • Marko Paloski
  • Alexandra Slave
  • Lucien Castex

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Key Participants

  • Jacek Oko - President of the Office of the Electronic Communication of Poland - BIO
  • Nataliya Tkachuk - Head of Cyber and Information Security Directorate, National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine
  • Private sector representative
  • Academia representative


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