National Cybersecurity Strategy Framework

doi: 10.32565/aarms.2019.2.6


Cyberspace and its services and the digital-based processes affect all segments of our lives. These effects are felt in the economy, politics, culture, but also in individual elements of our private life and in people’s relationships, as well. Accordingly, one of the biggest challenges for cyber security is that we highly depend on these services. Most of the countries have realised that today cyber security is one of the essential parts of their national security. Its reason is twofold. Firstly, the digital ecosystem is vital for a nation and this ecosystem cannot work properly without cyber security, secondly there is no alternatives to avoid the aforementioned dependence. As a result, cyberspace and its security are of decisive importance to countries with advanced information infrastructures. However, national cyber security strategies, whether they are made by big powers or small countries, have different answers to the challenges of cyberspace. At first, this paper focuses on these challenges and then tries to identify some unified elements which could be the main pillars of an effective national cyber security strategy.


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How to Cite

Kovács, L. (2019) “National Cybersecurity Strategy Framework”, AARMS – Academic and Applied Research in Military and Public Management Science. Budapest, 18(2), pp. 65–76. doi: 10.32565/aarms.2019.2.6.


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