The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) Cyber Security (CS) Service Line (SL) is responsible for planning and executing all life cycle management activities for cyber security.
The Cyber Security Service Line provides specialist cyber security-related services covering the spectrum of scientific, technical, acquisition, operations, maintenance, and sustainment support, throughout the life cycle of NATO information communications and technology, enabling secure conduct of the Alliance's operations and business in the NNEC environment and in the context of NATO's Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance (C4ISR).
The Service Line provides cyber security services to NCI Agency customers and users, as well as to all other elements of the Agency, including all Service Lines, Programme Offices, CIS Support Units/Elements, and the Agency Ops Centre.
Cyber Security is responsible for providing the broad spectrum of services in the following specialist security areas: CIS Security, Cyber Defence, Information Assurance, Computer Security & Communications Security.
In executing its responsibilities, the CS SL provides support to the development and implementation of cyber security-related policy, strategy, and provides lifecycle security risk management services for all NATO ICT.
Cyber Security leads in the development of new capabilities and innovation in cyber security. Cyber Security incorporates the NATO Computer Incident Response Capability (NCIRC) Technical Centre, providing specialist services to prevent, detect, respond to and recover from cyber security incidents.