Member States Security Initiatives


National Cyber Security Strategy

Finland's Cyber Security Strategy (2013)
Government Resolution on National Information Security Strategy View here


ENISA Report:

Initiatives/Bodies with Security Interest/Focus

• Ministry of Transport and Communications Finland
• Information Security Group of the Ubiquitous Information Society Advisory Board
• FICORA (Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority)
• Ministry of Finance
• Ministry of Defense
• VAHTI (Government Information Security Management Board)
• Ministry of the Interior
• The Advisory Board for Defence Information (ABDI)
• Security and Defence Committee
• Finnish Defence Forces (FDF)
• Data Protection Ombudsman
• National Emergency Supply Agency, NESA
• National Board of Economic Defence, NBED

• VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
• Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation
• Helsinki Institute for Information Technology
• University of Helsinki / Department of Computer Science
• University of Oulu
• University of Jyväskylä
• The University of Tampere
• University of Turku

• Finnish Consumer Agency and Consumer Ombudsman
• Children On-Line
• FISA (Finnish Information Security Association)
• Mannerheim League of Child Welfare / Children online
• CSC (IT Center for Science Ltd)

Sample Nationally Funded Projects
TurvaTH - Security and safety-critical supply chain risk management
The goal of the Security and safety critical supply chain risk management -project (TurvaTH) is to create innovative solutions in the supply chain network for security and safety critical deliveries by developing a delivery model that covers the entire logistic chain.

Privacy – Appraising Challenges to Technologies and Ethics (PRACTIS)
PRACTIS (Privacy – Appraising Challenges to Technologies and Ethics) research project is aimed at defining and identifying potential impacts of emerging technologies on privacy. The objective of the research project is to suggest means of controlling the potential risks to privacy while getting the maximum benefit from emerging technologies.

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