NATO approves new Cyber Defense Concept


From NATO: NATO Defence Ministers approved today in Brussels a new Cyber Defence Concept that will pave the way for the Alliance to step up its defences against growing cyber threats. The new Cyber Defence Concept defines the protection of NATO’s own networks as the Alliance’s fundamental cyber defence responsibility.

It also highlights the importance of cooperating with partners and other international organisations on cyber defenceand the necessity to integrate cyber threats into NATO’s defence planning. Ministers of Defence are expected to approve a renewed NATO Cyber Defence Policy and a Cyber Defence Action at their next meeting in June.  (photo: NATO)

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