Cybersecurity Capacity Review Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Eva Nagyfejeo


Sarah Puello Alfonso

University of Oxford - Department of Computer Science

Date Written: March 2019


n collaboration with the World Bank (WB), the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC, or ‘the Centre’) undertook a review of the maturity of cybersecurity capacity in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the invitation of the Ministry of Communications and Transport. The objective of this review was to enable the Government to gain an understanding of its cybersecurity capacity in order to develop the country’s national cybersecurity strategy, and to strategically prioritise investment in cybersecurity capacities. Over the period 23–25 October 2018, the following stakeholders participated in roundtable consultations: academia, criminal justice, law enforcement, defence community, information-technology officers and representatives from public-sector entities, critical-infrastructure owners, policy makers, information-technology officers from the private sector (including financial institutions), telecommunications companies, the banking sector as well as international partners.

Keywords: assessments, model, cybersecurity capacity, cyber capacity building, cybersecurity policy, cybersecurity strategy, cyber culture, cybersecurity education, legal and regulatory frameworks, cybersecurity standards, cybersecurity skills

Suggested Citation

Nagyfejeo, Eva and Puello Alfonso, Sarah, Cybersecurity Capacity Review Bosnia and Herzegovina (March 2019). Available at SSRN: or

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