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National Cybersecurity Organizations, Main Bodies and Responsibilities: Israel

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This week’s featured graphics outline how cybersecurity responsibilities are shared among governmental organizations in Israel. For more information on national cybersecurity strategies and cybersecurity challenges in Israel, as well as in Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland, read Marie Baezner and Sean Cordey’s CSS cyber defense report here.

National Cybersecurity Organizations, Main Bodies and Responsibilities: Germany

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This week’s featured graphics outline how cybersecurity responsibilities are shared among governmental organizations in Germany. For more information on national cybersecurity strategies and cybersecurity challenges in Germany, as well as in Finland, France, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland, read Marie Baezner and Sean Cordey’s CSS cyber defense report here.

National Cybersecurity Organizations, Main Bodies and Responsibilities: France

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This week’s featured graphics outline how cybersecurity responsibilities are shared among governmental organizations in France. For more information on national cybersecurity strategies and cybersecurity challenges in France, as well as in Finland, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland, read Marie Baezner and Sean Cordey’s CSS cyber defense report here.

National Cybersecurity Organizations, Main Bodies and Responsibilities: Finland

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This week’s featured graphics outline how cybersecurity responsibilities are shared among governmental organizations in Finland. For more information on national cybersecurity strategies and cybersecurity challenges in Finland, as well as in France, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland, read Marie Baezner and Sean Cordey’s CSS cyber defense report here.

A Close Look at France’s New Military Cyber Strategy

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This article was originally published by War on the Rocks on 23 April 2019.

Cyber warfare has begun and France must be ready to fight it,” Florence Parly, the French minister for the armed forces, declared on Jan. 18. Parly was introducing the new French Military Cyber Strategy, which consists of two separate documents: the Ministerial Policy for Defensive Cyber Warfare (hereafter the Ministerial Policy) and the Public Elements for the Military Cyber Warfare Doctrine (hereafter the Public Elements). Together, these documents outline the French Ministry of Defense’s (ministère des Armées) doctrine on lutte informatique défensive et offensive, or defensive and offensive cyber warfare.

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