Estonian Cyber Security Strategy document -- now available online

Hello.

The Estonian cyber security strategy document is now available online.
I must say once again the concept of a national cyber security stance is quite
interesting.

I decided to send a message to NANOG as the "fields of activity" part of the document clearly mentions ISPs in relation to national security and infrastructure:

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The growing number of Internet services means that the dependence of our daily activities and lifestyle on the security and proper functioning of information technology increases incessantly. The Internet is an important element of Estonia's critical information infrastructure: it is used daily by the majority of Estonian enterprises and state agencies as well as by more than half the population. The key components of Estonia’s critical information infrastructure, which constitute the IT infrastructure used by enterprises and agencies in the provision of e- services, include: Internet service providers, the name servers of the state, Estonia's root domain, network nodes, service servers and the firewalls of public and private organisations. The seamless operation of this infrastructure is vital to the daily functioning of the Estonian economy."

Those who wish to download the document:
http://www.mod.gov.ee/?op=body&id=518

My contact there specified she'd be happy to answer any questions. To avoid
spam of her inbox, email me for her address.

Gadi Evron.

But not new. It's something a number of governments have been advocating through the ITU-D, FIRST, the CoE Convention on Cybercrime, London Action Plan, etc. Good research has been done on this as well by institutions such as ETH.

Eliot

Hello.

The Estonian cyber security strategy document is now available online.
I must say once again the concept of a national cyber security stance is quite
interesting.

But not new. It's something a number of governments have been advocating through the ITU-D, FIRST, the CoE Convention on Cybercrime, London Action Plan, etc. Good research has been done on this as well by institutions such as ETH.

And OECD.

   Gadi.