A report released this week marks a key stage in a new partnership between the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre and the World Bank to help countries assess and strengthen their cybersecurity capabilities.
The report, published this week in Kosovo, sets out the results and recommendations from the Centre’s assessement in Pristina earlier this year. The Centre also visited Armenia, Montenegro and Bhutan alongside the World Bank.
The World Bank facilitated a launch event and workshop in Pristina on 25 June, in cooperation with the Centre and the Ministry of Economic Development of Kosovo. The event, ‘Cyber Security in Kosovo: Dialogue on Strategic Priorities‘, convened government, private sector and civil society stakeholders to launch the report and discuss its findings. Read the full press release here.