NATO’s Cyber Security Centre
We defend NATO networks 24/7.
The NATO’s Cyber Security Centre provides specialist cyber security-related services throughout the life cycle of NATO’s technology.
The Service Line provides cyber security services to NCI Agency customers and users, as well as to all other elements of the Agency.
Through our NATO Computer Incident Response Capability (NCIRC) Technical Centre, we provide specialist services to prevent, detect, respond to and recover from cyber security incidents.
We also act as a hub for real time cyber information sharing, training and expertise for Allies and Partner Nations. Through our new Cyber Security Collaboration Hub, National Computer Emergency Response Teams will be able to quickly and securely share information with us, and each other.
The Agency took the first step to launch the Hub on 12 February 2019. Allied Computer Emergency Response Teams from five Nations – Belgium, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States -- were connected then to NATO's protected business network.
Access to the network, which provides an encrypted workspace with secure video, voice, chat and information gathering, will roll out to all 29 Nations later this year.
To stay prepared, NATO and the Nations train together regularly and thoroughly, including on aspects of cyber defence.