On 30 December 2021, the Romanian Government adopted Decision No. 1321/2021, approving Romania’s Cybersecurity Strategy and Action Plan for 2022-2027.
Based on the experience accumulated during the implementation of the Strategy and Action Plan of 2013 and considering an increasingly complex cyber threat facing the country, the new Strategy aims to ensure a high level of cybersecurity so that Romania should be able to prevent, deter, and respond effectively to hostile actions in cyberspace, including through a proactive approach.
According to the Government’s statement, this Strategy seeks to strengthen the public-private partnerships in order to ensure an open and secure global cyberspace.
The new Cybersecurity Strategy is one of the goals of Romania’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan (“PNRR“).