Cyber Defence Cooperation Agreement Has Been Signed by Nato and Eu


To improve Cooperation in Cyber Defence to counter modern forms of hybrid warfare the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and European Union (EU) have signed an agreement at headquarter of NATO in Brussels, Belgium

  • 22 member countries from both the organization have attended this.
  • NATO Computer Incident Response Capability (NCIRC) and the Computer Emergency Response Team – European Union (CERT-EU) have signed it.

Key facts:

  • With this agreement both the organization can better address the challenges of cyber security against the growing threat of cyber-attacks.
  • And according to the agreement both organizations will exchange information and also share best ideas to improve cyber incident prevention, detection and response.
  • With this deal member countries are allowed to perform the objectives of the EU Cyber Defence Policy Framework.

- Published/Last Modified on: February 11, 2016