NATO Agency, Oracle sign cyber information sharing agreement

By Communications Team 5/22/2019
NATO Agency, Oracle sign cyber information sharing agreement
The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency signed on 21 May 2019 an Industry Partnership Agreement with Oracle to share cyber information. This announcement is another meaningful addition to the Agency's hub for sharing information.

The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency signed on 21 May 2019 an Industry Partnership Agreement with Oracle to share cyber information.

This announcement represents another meaningful addition to the Agency's hub for sharing information across the Alliance. With this agreement Oracle joins 19 other businesses in the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership.

The Partnership fosters timely information sharing on cyber threats, allowing participants to enhance their situational awareness.

The agreement will facilitate rapid and early bilateral exchange of non-classified technical information related to cyber threats and vulnerabilities. The shared information will be integrated into the NCI Agency's 24/7 detection and prevention processes to further enhance NATO's cyber security posture.

NCI Agency General Manager Kevin J. Scheid and Scott Twaddle, Vice President of Product Development at Oracle, signed the agreement.

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