NATO Cyber defence center created17/05/2008 Written by minor
Year ago, Estonia was a target of massive DoS attack. Now defense secretaries from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuana, Germany, Italy, Spain and Slovakia signed agreement to create research center for defense against cyber attacks, International Herald tribune informed.
Center will be based in Estonia and should be operational already in August this year. Countries involved in this initiative will provide staff and funding.
The center will conduct research and training on cyber warfare, develop NATO standards and capabilities for cyber defense, and provide expert advice on a regular basis as well as in emergencies. This NATO allies initiative is also supported by United States, which take observer status in this project.