e-Estonia Live: Adventures in a safe cyberspace

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The e-Estonia Live webinar series is hosted weekly on our e-Estonia Facebook page, where we connect with Estonian state experts and company representatives to discuss current issues and the developments within e-Estonia. 

In May 2020, Estonia holds the presidency of the UN Security Council, during which we seek to raise greater awareness of emerging (cyber)security threats. Cyberthreats and cyber crime have increased during the current crisis. And as cyber knows no borders, a common international approach is now more important than ever before, to combat the threats we face.

For this week’s webinar, we invited two cyber security experts to discuss whether Estonia is able to help the world with its innovative, research-oriented, and globally acknowledged competence in cybersecurity?

Our Digital Transformation Adviser, Anett Numa, had an insightful conversation with Piret Urb, the Head of International Relations at the Information System Authority (RIA) and Jaak Tarien, Director of The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE). Together they reveal the roles of both RIA and the NATO CCDCOE in the cybersecurity ecosystem, how the state of emergency affected their operations and what have been the biggest achievements and lessons from the past few years.

Watch the recording for the full discussion:



Tune in to RIA’s live webinar, “Cyber Security in Estonia 2020: What Has Changed,” on May 26. The in-depth discussion on the current state of cyber security matters in Estonia will include prominent speakers such as Lauri Aasmann, Director of Cyber Security at RIA and Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, Ambassador at Large for Cyber Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Today, e-governance and e-services have become a necessity in every country. e-Estonia Briefing Centre – the gateway to Estonian expertise in e-governance, invites you to connect with the Estonian IT companies directly responsible for the successful functioning of the e-state even during a pandemic. Get in touch with us to set up your custom virtual programme with the best partners you could get:

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You will find us on a ground floor of Valukoja 8, central entrance behind the statue of Mr Ernst Julius Öpik. Photo of the central entrance.

Valukoja 8
11415 Tallinn, Estonia