Baku. 18 December. REPORT.AZ/ The European Union plans to allocate € 3.2 million to strengthen resilience to cyber threats of the Eastern Partnership countries. This is stated in the new tender of the European Commission. Report informs citing the RT.
“This program will help strengthen cyber-resistance and criminal law measures in the Eastern Partnership countries and will focus on measures to develop technical and cooperation mechanisms to improve cybersecurity and cyber-attack preparedness, such as strengthening institutional governance and the legal regime infrastructure and incident management capabilities,” the European Commission’s tender says.
The Eastern Partnership program was launched by the EU in 2009. Its main goal is the development of regional cooperation with six countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.