Once in a lifetime, germany was faster in something "online". We already have the censorship law, called "Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz", also allegedly to protect children, delete hatespeech and suchlike. To "augment" on this "protection" the Landesmedienanstalten (some kind of half ministry mostly involved in being the thug squad for enforcement of our version of the british "tv license fee".) have been given official censorship powers, finely tuned to not see nor act on the daily fails of politically infiltrated state backed media. All those spearheads for "protecting democracy" strangely avoid precisely the cesspits of big corp asocial media like farcebook and concentrate on "threats" from private bloggers, whistleblowers, politically unwanted information and other such dangers to democracy (tm).
Meanwhile our ministry for something digital and traffic and whatevermore (the longer its name gets, the less i could care to remember it) spends public money on financing cute dinosaur park micropayment game apps so at least the risk of doing something useful is mitigated.
Investments in cybersecurity ? Left to the private sector due to its legendary "efficiency". Nearly every city formerly using Linux for their red tape processing has reverted back to microsoft, allegedly because noone would be able to handle the "complicated" software on anything *ix. And yes, the "digital vaccination pass" that has already failed everywhere it was tried as well as centralised storage of health data including public private "partnership" is also something we will spend money on. As we have already on this "corona warn app" that after more than a year is still unable to reliably warn, which may be due to the fact that its a mere frontend for googles ENF.
I fail to see any relevance of the amount of professionals in any country if politicians and management nearly always decide not to listen to them nor to accept their value, knowledge and input.