Carl Hartzell, the EU Ambassador to Georgia, said that the EU and its Member States are concerned about malicious behavior that shows a disregard for security and stability in cyberspace.
“Despite offering significant opportunities, cyberspace also poses serious and growing challenges to us all. The EU and its Member States are concerned about malicious behavior that shows a disregard for security and stability in cyberspace. Given the rising number of cyber threats at global level, the EU has developed a number of instruments to better handle these new realities, instruments that will be of benefit also to our partners.
The EU has already been assisting Georgia in the cyber domain and that our new SAFE programme on security and good governance has a specific focus on hybrid and emerging threats.
Through this program we intend to help strengthening Georgia"s cyber security capacities and further improve its resilience against cybercrime and threats posed to its critical infrastructure. The EU and its Member States stand together with Georgia in this global struggle”, - concluded the Ambassador.