Strengthening Cybersecurity Capacities in Georgia

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Objective

The overall objective of the project is to strengthen Georgia’s preparedness and resilience towards cyber threats and attacks, by capacity building of Georgian stakeholders and creating enabling cybersecurity frameworks, in line with the EU’s approach, standards, and relevant legal and policy framework, notably but not limited to the NIS Directive.

 

Results

  • Increase Georgias security level of networks and information systems, as well as its level of prevention, preparedness, reaction and resilience to cyber incidents and threats
  • The benchmark for this will be the EU’s NIS Directive and external cyber capacity building guidelines
  • A rules-based cybersecurity governance in full respect of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms according to the EU’s approach
  • A whole-of-government and whole-of-society approach for an inclusive and accountable policy and decision-making process, involving CSOs, civic actors and the private sector

Details:

Country:
Georgia
Beneficiary:
Government of Georgia
Funding programme:
EU4 Security, Accountability and Fight against Crime in Georgia (SAFE)
Implementation period:
November 2020 – November 2022