The Cybersecurity programme of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation is an answer to an increasing need for in-depth  debate regarding issues such as the security of national and international cyberspace.

The main area of the Foundation’s activity in this field is defining the biggest threats to the world’s cybersecurity and researching possible strategic solutions that would eliminate them. Moreover, the goal of the programme is to encourage a public debate about cybersecurity in order to raise social awareness among Polish citizens, public administration and representatives of the private sector.





Team & Experts

Małecki Grzegorz

Senior Fellow

Colonel, diplomat, Official of polish intelligence and security services such as the Office for State Protection (UOP), the Internal Security Agency (ABW) and the Foreign Intelligence Agency (AW). In 2016 he was the Head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency of the Republic of Poland.

Andrzej Kozłowski

Research Fellow

PhD candidate at the Faculty of International Studies at the University of Łódź. Graduated from the Faculty of International Relations at the University of Łódź.

Joanna Kulesza

Research Fellow

Council of Europe expert on human rights. Member of the Sino-European Cybersecurity Dialogue (SECD at HCSS) and ICANN NCUC. Assistant professor of international law (University of Lodz, Poland).