Ep. 15 - Information and Cyber Security

September 10, 2019
Host Volodymyr Yermolenko (Ukraine World, Internews Ukraine) welcomes to the studio Dmitri Teperik, chief executive of International Center for Defense and Security in Tallinn and program director of Resilient Ukraine. They discuss why information and communication spheres are essential parts of national security and what the similarities and differences between Estonia and Ukraine concerning Russia’s information influences are. Dmytro Teperik explains what the ways to make Ukraine more resilient to external information threats are and why there is no need to overreact on Russia’s activities.

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