The military conflict in Ukraine, and the accusations of Russian hackers targeting the Kremlin's political opponents in last November's US presidential election, have put cyber-security higher on the agenda of various countries in Eastern Europe. SC correspondent Jaroslaw Adamowski reports...
The Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs has released the draft Cyber-Security Strategy for the years 2017 to 2022 after concluding the phase of inter-ministerial consultation.
A ten-fold increase in staffing is planned for the Czech National Cyber-Security Centre (NCSC) according to recently announced government plans.
The Lithuanian government has officially launched the country's National Cyber-Security Centre (NKSC) amid increased efforts by Eastern European countries to protect themselves against potential cyber-attacks.
Bulgaria adopts a new national strategy to bolster its cyber-security efforts, reportedly one of the last countries in Europe to produce such a strategy.