Ten years have already passed since the first cyber security strategies were drawn up in different countries reflecting global cyber security policy. The aim of this scientific article is to analyze the historical development of cyber security strategies of selected EU and NATO countries and to reveal future trends of cyber security policy. The article examines key elements of the selected strategies in the initial cyber security strategies and the description thereof in the already improved cyber security strategies. We selected countries with different allegiances. First, we chose two countries that are members of both the EU and NATO (the Netherlands and Estonia), then a country, which is only a member of NATO, namely, the United Stated of America, thirdly, an EU state, which is not a member of NATO, namely, Finland. We believe the research results may be used for both the development of current cyber security strategies, as well as well as for drafting a cyber security policy.
Autoriai: Darius Štitilis, Paulis Pakutinskas, Inga Malinauskaitė