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EU expert mission to consult Ukraine on information and cybersecurity

The FINANCIAL — On 10–11 October, an expert from Austria will visit Ukraine to share knowledge with employees of the information security department of the Central Bank of Ukraine.

They will learn about security measures that are required to enhance the cyber-resilience of their institution.

The expert will also provide practical tools and examples of risk assessment of information security systems, so as to enable the beneficiary to control and evaluate the efficiency of its information security.

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The visit is being organised by the European Commission’s Technical Assistance and Information Exchange Instrument (TAIEX), in cooperation with the National Bank of Ukraine.

 

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