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Huu Phuoc Dai Nguyen Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences, Óbuda University Budapest Hungary; Óbudai Egyetem, Biztonságtudományi Doktori Iskola Budapest Magyarország

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Zoltán Rajnai Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering, Óbuda University Budapest Hungary; Bánki Donát Gépész és Biztonságtechnikai Kar, Óbudai Egyetem Budapest Magyarország

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Summary. In Europe, every country has its national security strategy, particularly in the area of cybersecurity. Furthermore, each nation has its own set of circumstances, powers, technological advancements, and rules. Cooperation and a unified approach can prove difficult. As a consequence, this article examines the cooperation of Visegrád countries and other organizations in the field of cybersecurity from the perspective of cybersecurity experts, as well as the official V4 legal framework and national sources to identify the differences and similarities of Visegrád countries’ strategies. Besides, the authors aimed to uncover solutions on how to maintain their power in the same location and develop the strength of the EU and other organizations.

Összefoglalás. Európában minden országnak megvan a maga nemzeti biztonsági stratégiája, különösen a kiberbiztonság területén. Ezenkívül minden nemzetnek megvannak a saját követelményei, technológiai fejlődései és szabályai. Az együttműködés és az egységes megközelítés nehéznek bizonyulhat. Ebből kifolyólag ez a cikk a visegrádi országok (V4) és más szervezetek kiberbiztonsági együttműködését vizsgálja a kiberbiztonsági szakértők szemszögéből, valamint a hivatalos V4 jogi keretek és nemzeti források segítségével azonosítja a visegrádi országok stratégiáinak különbségeit és hasonlóságait. Emellett a szerzők arra törekedtek, hogy megoldásokat találjanak arra, hogyan tartsák fenn jelentőségüket, és erősítsék az EU és más szervezetek erejét.

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