An unrelated study, released on 7 September by Website Builder Expert, found that the grand duchy is the 18th country most at risk of cybercrime in the EU. Luxembourg had a “cybercrime vulnerability score” of 32%, as did Austria, Belgium and Sweden. Malta (42%) was the most vulnerability in the EU28; Finland (29%) was the least.
The report looked at the number of residents who had been victims of cybercrime, virus and malware frequency, the nation’s commitment to cybersecurity and number of exposed internet connections in the country.
The first pillar aims to collect strategic data and information to establish a knowledge network to identify illegitimate cyber activities. The second component will provide a programme of cybersecurity trainings to adapt to the diverse range of needs. The last pillar will be a test space for new product prototypes.