By Vladimer Svanadze
In the 21st century the process of using the Internet, Internet technologies and e-services in daily life as well as on national and industrial level is becoming more profound and realistic. Several industries where the management processes are partly or fully automated are getting more dependent on modern technologies. Taking into account the current situation of the global market that aims to achieve highest possible efficiency in the work processes, private sector is constantly evolving through implementation of innovative technologies. Although, the development of Internet and Internet technologies still remains a huge challenge. On the other hand, accelerated process of developing Internet technologies and e-services will be a major stimulus to augment the process of ensuring Internet security and stability, which will further increase the demand for this sector from both the public and private sectors, which are driven by global market ever-increasing market demand.
About the author(s)
Vladimer Svanadze is a senior policy analyst at the Global Foundation for Cyber Studies and Research. He also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Internet Development Initiative (IDI) in Georgia and also the Co-founder of the Georgian Cybersecurity Academy (CSA). He has served on several prestigious positions such as; Consultant for ‘LEPL Cybersecurity Bureau’ for the Ministry of Defense, main advisor at the State Security and Crisis Management Council at the Prime Minister Office of Georgia. He has led several projects of national importance including the drafting of the Cybersecurity Strategy and Action Plan of Georgia.