NATO and the European Union deepen cooperation on cyber defence

By NATO HQ 12/11/2017
Senior officials from the European Union met their counterparts at NATO Headquarters on 8 December to take stock of current efforts and discuss new areas for cooperation on cyber defence.

Senior officials from the European Union met their counterparts at NATO Headquarters today (8 December) to take stock of current efforts and discuss new areas for cooperation on cyber defence.

​“We reviewed our progress on enhancing information exchange, training and education, and exercises, while identifying new areas where more can be done – such as the sharing of best practice on crisis management and response,” stated Dr. Jamie Shea, NATO’s Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges.

The officials discussed recent developments related to NATO’s Cyber Defence Pledge and the implementation of NATO’s decision to recognise cyberspace as a domain of operations, in addition to the new EU cybersecurity ‘package’.

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