European Union Institute for Security Studies
The EUISS is seeking up to five experts to participate in its Cyber Capacity Building Task Force. The Task Force aims to develop a policy overview and provide operational guidance that will serve as a 'cyber capacity building toolkit’ for the EU's external cooperation programmes. The overall objective of the project is to promote a strategic approach and understanding of cyber capacity building among EU stakeholders.
The Task Force will run for a period of eight months, from the beginning of September 2017 to the end of April 2018 (with the peak of the analytical and drafting work between September and December 2017). Participation in the Task Force does not require the members’ permanent presence at the EUISS premises in Paris or Brussels but will require occasional travel to Brussels.
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