The EU Cyber Direct supports the evidence-based development of the EU’s cyber diplomacy by providing research and analysis in the form of publications and targeted events on four main themes: conflict prevention and advancing responsible behaviour in cyberspace, cyber resilience and critical infrastructure protection, cybercrime and criminal justice, and new and emerging technologies with a potential disruptive effect. The project also aims to strengthen the EU’s understanding of cyber diplomacy globally, in particular through the Atlas of Cyber Diplomacy.

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NATO Defence Innovation and Deep Tech: Measuring Willingness and Effectiveness

DIANA and NIF are important steps to integrate deep tech into NATO. But maintaining a competitive edge requires investments, a mindset shift, and coordination among allies. Read more in the latest piece of our New Tech in Review series.

by Raquel Jorge

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Publish your original research with the Cyber Diplomacy Atlas and contribute to the worldwide cybersecurity community.