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NATO Deputy Secretary General: we must be big on cyber defence ambitions

Speaking at NATO’s 2024 Cyber Defence Pledge Conference in the Hague on Friday (17 May), NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană said that Allies "must be big on ambition" on cyber defence and called for "a new mindset" to strengthen our resilience against cyber threats.
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Deputy Secretary General visits Germany ahead of NATO Summit

NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană underlined the importance of boosting Allies’ resilience against sabotage and cyber-attacks during a speech at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin on Thursday (16 May 2024). “We need to be more resilient and better prepared to counter and contest hostile actions or attacks”, he said.
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Statement by the North Atlantic Council concerning malicious cyber activities against Germany and Czechia

We stand in solidarity with Germany following the malicious cyber campaign against a political party, in this case the Social Democratic Party of Germany, and with Czechia following the malicious cyber activities against its institutions.
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NATO and Moldova strengthen energy resilience against cyber and hybrid threats

Experts from NATO and the Republic of Moldova have been working together to enhance the resilience of the country’s critical energy infrastructure against cyber and hybrid threats.
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NATO releases first ever quantum strategy

Quantum technologies are getting closer to revolutionizing the world of innovation and can be game-changers for security, including modern warfare. Ensuring that the Alliance is ''quantum-ready'' is the aim of NATO’s first-ever quantum strategy that was approved by NATO Foreign Ministers on 28 November. On Wednesday (17 January 2024), NATO released a summary of the strategy.
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NATO’s flagship cyber exercise concludes in Estonia

From 27 November to 1 December, Allied and partner cyber defenders tested their ability to protect networks and critical infrastructure against realistic and complex cyber threats and attacks.
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Secretary General: Through NATO, we can build a secure cyberspace for all

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed the first annual NATO Cyber Defence Conference in Berlin, Germany on Thursday (9 November 2023). He stressed the importance of bringing together senior Allied political, military and technical decision-makers: “NATO is perfectly positioned to share information, to spread innovation, and to coordinate our collective defence in cyberspace.”
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NATO and the European Union meet to discuss deepening cooperation on cyber defence

Senior officials from NATO and the European Union met on Friday (22 September 2023) to discuss challenges and further cooperation in the cyber domain.
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NATO and European Union release final assessment report on resilience of critical infrastructure

NATO and the European Union released a Final Assessment Report produced by the NATO-EU Task Force on the Resilience of Critical Infrastructure on Thursday (29 June 2023). Launched at the beginning of the year, the Task Force focused on mapping out current security challenges, and the particular importance of resilience in energy, transport, digital infrastructure, and space.
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NATO Allies and Partners take part in world’s largest cyber defence exercise

Over 3000 participants from 38 countries - including NATO Allies and partners – participated in the 2023 edition of the annual exercise “Locked Shields,” hosted by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn (Estonia). “Locked Shields” is the world’s largest cyber defence exercise. It started on 18 April 2023 and involved protecting computer systems from real-time attacks and simulating tactical and strategic decisions in critical situations.

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