|27 Aug. 2019 ||
NATO will defend itself (Article by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg published in Prospect)
The alliance will guard its cyber domain—and invoke collective defence if required.
|08 Jun. 2019 ||
NATO supports groundbreaking cyber exercise at GLOBSEC 2019 Forum
The first-ever cyber crisis simulation workshop, called "Disruptive Dilemmas", took place in Bratislava, Slovakia, on June 6 2019. Co-sponsored by NATO, this was the largest side event at the GLOBSEC Bratislava 2019 Forum. It featured a keynote address on navigating digital disruptions in countering terrorism by Dr. Benedetta Berti-Alberti, Head of Policy Planning at the Office of the NATO Secretary General.
|23 May. 2019 ||
Secretary General gives keynote speech on NATO’s adaptation to cyber threats
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed a conference at the National Cyber Security Centre in London on Thursday (23 May 2019) on how the Alliance is countering cyber threats.
|08 Apr. 2019 ||
NATO team takes part in one of the world’s most challenging cyber exercises
A team of nearly 40 cyber security experts led by the NATO Communications and Information Agency will compete this week (9-12 April) in Locked Shields 2019, the world’s largest live-fire cyber exercise.
|12 Feb. 2019 ||
New NATO hub will gather the Alliance's cyber defenders
Cyber defenders from across the Alliance have a new community where they can exchange information, share best practices and work together in an encrypted workspace with secure video, voice, chat and information gathering capabilities. The community was launched today (12 February 2019) by the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA).
|10 Dec. 2018 ||
NATO and the European Union work together to tackle growing cyber threats
Senior officials from NATO met their counterparts from the European Union today (10 December) to take stock of recent activities and explore further areas for engagement on cyber defence.
|03 Dec. 2018 ||
Allied Intelligence Chiefs discuss countering cyber-attacks, disinformation
The Heads of Allied Civil and Military, Intelligence and Security Organizations met at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on 29 November 2018 for talks on countering disinformation, cyber-attacks and traditional means of espionage. The conference was opened by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, together with the Romanian Chair of NATO’s Civilian Intelligence Committee and the Canadian Chair of the Military Intelligence Committee. The Allied Intelligence officials endorsed the framework for the establishment of a NATO Intelligence Academy, and they discussed together with Partner services and the European Union about emerging technologies that have an impact on intelligence and also about NATO – EU cooperation.
|27 Nov. 2018 ||
Cyber Coalition helps prepare NATO for today’s threats
NATO’s flagship cyber defence exercise Cyber Coalition, one of the largest in the world, started on Tuesday (27 November 2018) in Tartu, Estonia. The exercise tests and trains cyber defenders from across the Alliance in their ability to defend NATO and national networks. Now in its eleventh year, Cyber Coalition involves around 700 participants from Allies, partners, industry and academia.
|29 Oct. 2018 ||
Enhancing cybersecurity in Ukraine
News headlines are replete with references to commercial hacks, data breaches, electronic fraud, the disruption of government service or critical infrastructure, intellectual property theft, exfiltration of national security secrets, and the potential of cyber destruction. These attacks affect citizens in many countries and cause enormous economic costs.
|04 Oct. 2018 ||
Statement by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Russian cyber attacks
The Netherlands briefed NATO Defence Ministers today on the targeting of the offices of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague by a hostile cyber operation. The operation was carried out by the GRU, the Russian military intelligence service, but was disrupted by Dutch intelligence services in partnership with the UK. Moreover, the UK has identified the GRU as being behind a number of other cyber-attacks around the world. These have affected citizens in many countries, including Russia, and caused enormous economic costs.