Georgia has ranked 55th in the world and 30th in Europe in the Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 (GCI) 2020 amongst 182 countries.
The GCI is a composite index produced, analysed and published by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to measure the commitment of its member countries to cybersecurity.
Countries were ranked by responses to 82 questions in five categories. Georgia’s consolidated score was 81.06.
The top rank in the GCI was secured by the US with a score of 100.
The UK and Saudi Arabia followed second, tied for the next spot with a score of 99.54. Estonia was third and bagged a score of 99.48.