The world is unstable, and cyber risks are fast becoming an aggravating factor, making this chaos worse.

With that said, it is up to us to support the management of change through anticipation, appetite for a better world and control over the risks.

The level of awareness is definitely rising. But fundamental actions are still struggling to emerge.

A paradox? Not really, and science can help us understand why this is ulti- mately a completely natural response.

By striving to identify the reasons for this resistance to change, we can come together to plan a route towards cyber resilience.

Empathy, digital literacy and awareness of the danger, learning to lead in a context of uncertainty, a risk-based approach… These are all elements that call for innovation in our management and decision-making models.

Decision-making has to rely on people, who are and will remain the cornerstone of any effective cyber strategy, and on innovations designed for the real world. The time has come for co-construction and co-innovation to address the con- stantly shifting challenges. Only the strength of collective effort and information sharing can perhaps enable us, one day, to gain the ascendancy over our adversar- ies. Even now, this is what constitutes the power of today’s systems to be resilient.

We can only face these international challenges by working together to develop and structure our capabilities, whether in terms of technology, people or capacity. Our sovereignty and our future depend on it.

Let us be soldiers together! Cyber soldiers protecting our shared national, European and global heritage for a secure, inclusive, sustainable digital future.

  • The art of leadership in an uncertain world: between understanding an indefinable
    risk and resistance to change
  • Towards the emergence of decision-making strategies in difficult contexts
  • People, a key factor in a successful cyber strategy
  • Managing risks at european and global level

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