The study highlights that while modern states have developed concrete strategies to respond to potential threats, the resemblance of these strategies to one another could create unexpected challenges. The dynamic nature of the internet and the multitude of actors and sources of risk could put conventional wisdom to the test at a stage where the scope for response is limited. This highlights the need for states to continually adapt their strategies to address emerging risks and avoid relying solely on common knowledge or uniform thinking.
The Cybersecurity Obligations of States Perceived as Platforms: Are Current European National Cybersecurity Strategies Enough?
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