Working at the NCI Agency

 

Love technology? Use your skills to contribute to the Alliance.

Our projects are not what you would normally find in the private sector. You are on the frontlines against cyber attacks. You make sure NATO forces have the technology they need to do their jobs.  Our work makes an impact on a massive scale: helping to safeguard peace for nearly one billion people. Click here to learn more about our hiring process.

We are NATO’s tech and cyber leaders.
Together, we help NATO maintain its technological edge.


Join us and work for an idea bigger than yourself.

 

Learn what it is like to be a NATO cyber defender

Frederic is one of the NCI Agency's cyber experts and a member of its Rapid Reaction Team. His mission is to defend NATO networks from cyber-attacks and support Allied Nations when and where needed.

 

Meet our stakeholder engagement and diversity advocate

Meet Diana De Vivo, the NCI Agency's Stakeholder Engagement and Diversity Advocate. Diana worked at the European Union (EU) before taking up a position at the NATO Communications and Information Agency.

 

Hear how we lead NATO’s digital transformation

NATO, like any organization, must digitize or risk becoming irrelevant.  And the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency is responsible for guiding the Alliance through this transformation. The NCI Agency delivers the critical technology that enables 29 Nations to communicate with each other and work together.

 

 

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