A series of study visits and trainings hosted by Estonia between January and September 2019.

The Estonian Information Systems Authority partnered with different organisations based on the aims and focus areas of the individual visits/trainings.



  • Kyrgyzstan – Study Visit – January 2019.
  • Viet Nam – Study Visit – 20-21 February 2019. Topics covered included electronic identity management, data exchange protocol, critical infrastructure protection, cyber security standards, their implementation and supervision.
  • Ukraine – Study Visit – 4-5 March 2019. IT and cyber security experts from different Ukrainian state agencies were provided extensive lectures on elections’ security, cyber security as well as legal framework and practical solutions in fighting cyber crime.
  • Cambodia – Cyber Security and e-Governance Training – 25-29 March 2019 – supported by Estonia’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and the e-Governance Academy (eGA). This was a training for a delegation of the officials of the Cambodian State Secretary regarding policy development and practical solutions in the area of e-government and cyber security, including electronic ID and secure data exchange between state institutions (Estonia’s x-road platform).
  • North Macedonia – Study Visit – 27-29 March 2019 – supported by Estonia’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and the Estonian Police and Border Guard. This was a study visit for North Macedonian experts with the objective to learn about Estonia’s solutions regarding electronic identity, state information systems and secure data exchange, protection of state broadband network, PPP to deliver public services, development of cyber security strategies and policies, as well as critical information infrastructure protection and solving cyber incidents.
  • Guyana – Study Visit – 4-5 April 2019 – supported by the e-Governance Academy (eGA). This study visit aimed to introduce the government officials of Guyana responsible for digital transformation to Estonia’s public digital services, use of national electronic ID and cyber security measures implemented.
  • Gabon – Study Visit – 22-23 April 2019. The visit focused on e-government, secure data exchange between state agencies, usage of electronic ID and cyber security.
  • Rwanda – Working Visit – 21-22 May 2019. This was a visit for Rwanda’s Minister of Information Technology and Innovation. It focused on electronic ID use, related software and hardware, cyber security measures, PPP and cross-border services, secure inter-agency data exchange, information systems security, i-elections, the functioning and protection of state broadband network and related cyber security solutions.
  • Cambodia – Study Visit – 11-12 June 2019 – supported by the e-Governance Academy. Areas addressed during the visit include data exchange protocol, electronic ID, protection of national internet network, critical information infrastructure protection, cyber security – prevention and awareness raising.
  • Moldova – Cyber Security Training – 18-19 June 2019 – supported by the e-Governance Academy. The training was for state officials responsible for IT security on the implementation of minimum information and cyber security requirements, state procurement procedures, and digital national financial services, including tax and customs systems.
  • Oman – Study Visit – 25-27 June 2019 – supported by the e-Governance Academy and Nortal. The aim of the visit was to introduce to the officials of the Ministry of Manpower of Oman the public digital services and cyber security solutions of the Estonian Government.
  • North Macedonia – Senior officials’ visit – 27-28 June 2019.  The visit covered introduction to state information system solutions and protection as well as national cyber security strategies and policies, and the safe implementaion of IT infrastructure, the operations of state computer network and procedures to address cyber incidents.
  • Oman – Study Visit – 23-24 September 2019 – supported by Nortal. This study visit for state officials focused on electronic ID use, related software and hardware, online public services and applied cyber security measures, secure data exchange and information systems security.

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