NATO has won the world's largest live-fire cyber exercise, Locked Shields 2018. After an intense competition from 23 to 26 April, NATO's "Blue team" of 30 cyber defenders − led by the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency − took the top prize in Tallinn, Estonia. French and Czech teams placed second and third, respectively. In total more than 1,000 experts from nearly 30 nations participated this year.
"I could not be more proud of the success of our cyber-team that once again demonstrated the expertise of NATO's technology agency. They are hard-working, dedicated and ready 24/7 to defend NATO networks," said Kevin J. Scheid, General Manager of the NCI Agency.
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