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V4 Cooperation in Ensuring Cyber Security – Analysis and Recommendations - ebook/pdf
V4 Cooperation in Ensuring Cyber Security – Analysis and Recommendations - ebook/pdf
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The V4 Cooperation in Ensuring Cyber Security - Analysis and Recommendations publication is aimed at conducting scrutiny of the state of cyber security in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland, and at presenting recommendations that serve its reinforcement. Moreover, the publication includes the most important information on cyber space protection and a review of the actions in that area which are undertaken within NATO and the EU. It also constitutes a valuable material for the decision-makers who, on the basis of the presented analysis, have an opportunity to build proper political solutions. The publication serves as a source of knowledge for all those interested in new trends in the international security sphere.

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V4 Cooperation in Ensuring Cyber Security – Analysis and Recommendations Tomas Rezek, Tomasz Szatkowski, Joanna Świątkowska, Jozef Vyskoč, Maciej Ziarek Editor: Joanna Świątkowska V4 Cooperation in Ensuring Cyber Security – Analysis and Recommendations Tomas Rezek, Tomasz Szatkowski, Joanna Świątkowska, Jozef Vyskoč, Maciej Ziarek Editor: Joanna Świątkowska If you appreciate the value of the presented Report as well as The Kosciuszko Institute’s mission, we kindly encourage you to support our future publishing initiatives by making a financial contribution to the association. V4 Cooperation in Ensuring Cyber Security – Analysis and Recommendations Tomas Rezek, Tomasz Szatkowski, Joanna Świątkowska, Jozef Vyskoč, Maciej Ziarek Editor: Joanna Świątkowska © The Kosciuszko Institute 2012. All rights reserved. Short sections of text, not to exceed two paragraphs, may be quoted in the original language without explicit permission provided that the source is acknowledged. The publication is co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund (http://visegradfound.org) Translation: Magdalena Wielgat (chapter 1), Marlena Dobosz (chapter 2), Karolina Gucko (chapter 4), Renata Lasota (chapter 8) Proofreading: Marlena Dobosz, Karolina Gucko, Bartosz Wójcik Cover design, layout and typesetting: Małgorzata Kopecka Print: Dante Media The Kosciuszko Institute ul. Lenartowicza 7/4 31-138 Kraków, Poland e-mail: ik@ik.org.pl telephone: +48 12 632 97 24 www.ik.org.pl ISBN: 978-83-63712-07-5 Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 5 Selected Theses ....................................................................................................................... 7 1. Cyberthreats as a Challenge to the Security of the Contemporary World ......................................................13 2. Systematisation of Key Cyberthreats ....................................................................21 3. Cyber Security in the Czech Republic ...................................................................31 4. Cyber Security in Poland ...........................................................................................41 5. Cyber Security in Slovakia .........................................................................................53 6. Cyber Security in Hungary ........................................................................................61 7. Cyber Security in the European Union: Legal Aspects, Plans, Strategies, Actions ............................................................69 8. NATO Fighting Cyberthreats ...................................................................................77 Recommendations ...............................................................................................................83 Authors .....................................................................................................................................87 Introduction Izabela Albrycht – Chairman of the Board of the Kosciuszko Institute Information and communications technology solutions influence every sphere of public and private life and are responsible for the proper functioning of modern states. On one hand, technological advancement has allowed an unprecedented development of civilisation. On the other hand, however, it has led to emergence of new threats, which must become the subject of actions and decisions of entities responsible for the security sphere. Cyber security knows no boundries – state-level only solutions are not sufficient. In order to meet the cyberthreats, international cooperation is necessary, and the regional alliances, like the Visegrad Group, constitute a key component, while also being a complementation of multilateral cooperation. The main goal of this publication is to analyse the state of cyber security in Visegrad Group countries and to present recommendations contributing to its strengthening. The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland are members of the European Union and NATO. Both of these entities have included the activities aimed at protection of cyber space in their agendas. The publication, besides the analysis of activities conducted in this sphere by NATO and the EU, also contains a presentation of possible areas of solidary activities of the Visegrad Group, aimed at further strengthening of cyber security at the international level, as well as within those organisations. Furthermore, one of the essential purposes of the publication is to familiarise the readers with basic information on cyber space protection and to make them realise how important this area is, from the point of view of each citizen’s security. Public awareness of threats is a critical part of prevention in the face of cyberthreats’ globalisation. The publication, by the virtue of its parameters, discusses the most important issues related to cyber security. Each of the chapters is a starting point for further, complex analyses, nevertheless, it constitutes a good portion of knowledge for all interested by this topic and the problems of the modern world security. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect any views held by the Kosciuszko Institute and the publication partners. They are published as a contribution to public debate. Authors are responsible for their own opinions and contributions and the authors do not necessarily support all of the opinions made by others in the report. All of the analyses are based on public information and focus on non-technical aspects of cyber space protection. The advantage of such approach is accessibility of the text and the possibility to capture the political science’s aspect of the cyber security issue. Due to such perspective, the publication is a valuable and useful document for decision-makers, who, on the basis of its recommendations, may address the proper political solutions – both national and international. The report is also a source of practical knowledge for everyone interested in new trends in the field of international security. While thanking our Partners for cooperation in preparation of the report, I invite you to familiarise yourselves with its contents, and to discuss the issue of cyber security, which has to become, next to economic, energy and military security, a key component of security strategies of particular countries and our “global village”. 6 Izabela Albrycht Selected Theses The Kosciuszko Institute * Cyberthreats as a Challenge to the Security of the Contemporary World Author: Joanna Świątkowska We currently live in a world where functioning and development of individuals, states and international organisations are based on the use of information and communication technology (ICT) systems. (…) As a result of technological development, apart from significant benefits, there have appeared new types of threats that have to be faced by the international community. One of the most important challenges confronted by states and other entities is to ensure the security of cyber space. Cyberthreats have revolutionised the way people think about security, they have destroyed the old paradigms concerning the methods of its ensuring and modified the rules that govern international conflicts. The main dangers related to cyber space are: cybercrime, cyberterrorism and cyberwar. The above described problems can be overcome only through international and intersectoral cooperation. (…) On this assumption, one of the goals of the present publication is to draw attention to the fact that cyber security should be a common objective, also for the Visegrad Group countries. Systematisation of Key Cyberthreats Author: Maciej Ziarek Since the Internet has become a medium used in almost every domain of life, a risk that it may be used by cybercriminals for conducting attacks and getting illegal profits increases (…). Computer and mobile malware, spam and botnets are clearly part and parcel of the present-day Internet. Botnets, (…) are networks of infected computers whose owners have no idea that their machines have been attacked. Such an infected computer is commonly termed as a zombie machine. (…) Its use depends on the intentions of its author who is nothing more than a cybercriminal.
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