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Volume: 3 Issue: 5
(May 2017)

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current developments cyber security poland march 2017 interdisciplinary governmental work group finalised work polands strategy cyber security 2017-2022 (‘strategy)

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Current developments in cyber security in Poland

In March 2017 an interdisciplinary governmental work group finalised its work on Poland’s Strategy for Cyber Security for 2017-2022 (‘Strategy’), which has been approved by a resolution of the Council of Ministers. The main purpose of the Strategy is to achieve a significantly higher level of cyber security in Poland within the next five years. The document is also aimed at offering the Polish Government a set of tools to protect cyber space. Ewa Kurowska-Tober and Łukasz Czynienik of DLA Piper Poland provide an overview of the Strategy and what it aims to achieve.

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