Safeline Cooperates with the National Authority for Cybersecurity
Safeline’s strategy has always been open to cooperate with national authorities and other stakeholders in Greece to combat illegal activity online. To this end, Safeline and the National Authority for Cybersecurity have agreed to work closely in order to explore common ground regarding issues reported in the National Cybersecurity Strategy 2020-2025.
Specifically three points of mutual interest have been highlighted in the meetings between the two parties. One of these is to strengthen cooperation between private and public bodies as well as research and academic bodies. The goal of this is to develop research and education regarding cybersecurity, to strengthen the legal framework to ensure cybersecurity, and to agree on a capacity building plan and raise awareness on cybersecurity.
Regarding the capacity building, Safeline has already formed a plan for the school year 2021-2022 to educate 3000-6000 students on cybersecurity and safety online in cooperation with the Ministry of Digital Governance of Greece and the National Authority for Cybersecurity. Safeline will continue working towards its mission, which is to deploy the best practices, to ensure rapid and effective response to illegal content reports in Greece and raise awareness of safety and security online.
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