|21 Jan. 2021 ||
Cyber Incident Response Capability established in the Republic of Moldova with NATO support
Today (21 January 2021), NATO inaugurated a new Cyber Incident Response Capability for the Moldovan Armed Forces. This capability was established with support from the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme and in cooperation with the NATO Information and Communication Agency (NCIA) through a multi-year project. It will help to minimize any threat resulting from cyber incidents, provide quick and efficient recovery and prevent similar incidents in the future. The inauguration was marked through a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony.
|18 Jan. 2021 ||
NATO helps to strengthen Mongolia’s cyber defence capacity
Today (18 January 2021), NATO marked the successful conclusion of a multi-year project designed to bolster the cyber defence capacity of Mongolia, one of NATO’s partners across the globe. The project ran between 2017 and 2020 and was supported by NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme. It entailed the establishment of a Cyber Security Centre for the Mongolian Armed Forces and the provision of specialized training and equipment. It also featured technical support from the NATO Communications and Information Agency.
|16 Nov. 2020 ||
NATO readies for cyber threats
NATO’s biggest cyber defence exercise, the week-long Cyber Coalition started on Monday (16 November). The exercise aims to train cyber defenders in their ability to defend NATO and national networks and will test decision making processes and procedures.
|28 Sep. 2020 ||
Deputy Secretary General at CYBERSEC: NATO is adapting to respond to cyber threats
NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană, speaking at the online CYBERSEC public policy conference on Monday (28 September), emphasised the need to continue adapting to new threats arising from advances in technology, such as cyber threats.
|22 Sep. 2020 ||
North Macedonia strengthens its cyber defences
Cyber defence experts in North Macedonia have been training to improve the capacity of their country to respond to cyber threats. Participants from seven government institutions recently completed two courses set up in the framework of NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme. The training provided essential insights to facilitate informed decision-making and better communications across fields of expertise, as well as background information useful to understand and adapt to the evolving cyber threat landscape.
|21 Jul. 2020 ||
Secretary General commends strong cooperation between NATO and Japan
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke by telephone with Japanese Defence Minister Taro Kono on Tuesday (21 July 2020), addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, regional security issues, and ways to further strengthen cooperation between NATO and Japan.
|20 Jul. 2020 ||
Meet Dan Black, a cyber analyst protecting NATO networks against cyber threats
Dan Black is a senior analyst at NATO Headquarters, at NATO’s Emerging Security Challenges Division. This Canadian citizen deals with current and future security issues.
|03 Jun. 2020 ||
Statement by the North Atlantic Council concerning malicious cyber activities
|24 Mar. 2020 ||
NATO staying strong in cyberspace
Antonio Missiroli, NATO’s Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, gave the keynote address at the CyberSec European Cyber Security Forum on Tuesday (24 March).
|18 Dec. 2019 ||
Who is Prof. André Xuereb?
Six questions to a quantum physicist securing our communications.