The Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) policy proposed by the Commission in 2009 focuses on prevention, preparedness and awareness and defines a plan for immediate actions to strengthen the security and resilience of CIIs.
The proposed actions complement existing measures in the area of police and judicial cooperation to prevent, fight and prosecute criminal and terrorist activities targeting CIIs. These proposals are also reflected in the EU research efforts in the field of network and information security and are in line with the international initiatives in this area.
Here you will find a collection of the Cyber security strategies from countries around the world.
Australia: Cyber Security Strategy
Canada: Canada’s Cyber Security Strategy
Estonian Cyber Security Strategy
US: The Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative
India: Cyber Security Strategy
UK: A Strong Britain in an Age of Uncertainty: The National Security Strategy
Germany: National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP Strategy)
Finland: Enhancing the usability and availability of information infrastructure essential for securing the vital functions of societ
Japan: The First National Strategy on Information Security
Information Security Strategy for Protecting the Nation
New Zealand: The Digital Strategy 2.0
Singapore: Singapore’s Strategy In Securing Cyberspace
Infocomm Security Masterplan 2