In recent years, the range of actors held responsible for various types of cyber incidents has expanded considerably. Along with the growing number of countries participating in transnational cyber conflict resolution by building up their own capacities, non-state actors with different resources, motivations, and levels of organisation are also increasingly involved through proxies or as independent conflict parties. EuRepoC addresses this increasingly intertwined, and yet increasingly diversified, cyber-actor environment and examines it through different profiles.


Advanced Persistent Threats      Cyber Military Units      International Organisations