Call for a Unified Transatlantic Digital Cybersecurity Strategy | Andrus Ansip | RSAC 2018

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Andrus Ansip was Prime Minister of Estonia in 2007 when, as a result of increasing tensions with Russia, a wave of massive cyber-attacks crippled critical national institutions and downed the websites for the Estonian parliament, banks, ministries and broadcast media across the country.

More than eleven years later, Andrus has used his experience from those events to take on the role of Vice President of the European Commission responsible for Digital Single Market to protect the E.U. and its allies from international cyber-attacks of the highest level.

Following his opening remarks, Ansip sits down with internationally-renown broadcast journalist Riz Khan to discuss what he believes are the necessary next steps to achieving global cooperation for cybersecurity.

Watch the full keynote here:

Andrus Ansip is Vice President for Digital Single Market for the European Commission and is also the former Prime Minister of Estonia:

Andrus Ansip

Vice-President for Digital Single Market, European Commission

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