Large-scale cyber missions of the NATO Cyber Coalition begin in Estonia from Monday. They will be held at the base of the Academy of Defense Forces in the city of Tartu, the press service of the Ministry of Defense of the country reports. According to the agency, 27 of 29 NATO countries, as well as the European Union and six alliance partners: Japan, Algeria, Austria, Finland, Ireland and Sweden will take part in the exercises, which will be held from December 2 to 6. In total, about 700 cybersecurity experts, technologists, businessmen, military and government officials will attend the exercises. The participants in the exercises will have to prevent a “near-reality” cyber attack on vital government systems and work out the interaction of experts. Cyber Coalition exercises will be held in Estonia for the seventh time.
NATO launches large-scale cyber assurances in Estonia