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A cyber resilience Q&A with Karoliina Ainge, Head of Estonian cyber security policy - Part 1

Blog posted by: Nick Wilding - AXELOS Head of Cyber Resilience, 24 March 2016

This is the first in a series of conversations with Nick Wilding and leading cyber resilience commentators and practitioners from around the world.

Nick WildingWho should countries and companies learn from when thinking about cyber resilience?

Estonia has been described in tech publication ZDNet as ‘the poster child for cyber security done right’. After 2007, when the country became the world’s first to fall victim to a major, organized cyber-attack, it developed a cyber strategy that has placed it at the forefront of those nations most prepared for future attacks.

Nick Wilding, head of cyber resilience best practice at UK Government and Capita joint venture AXELOS, recently spoke to Estonia’s head of cyber security policy, Karoliina Ainge, about what organizations can learn from the Estonian experience.

Among the many useful insights from Ms Ainge, she cited the greatest challenge in cyber resilience as ‘maintaining a level of awareness when the situation is constantly changing’

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