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Cyber Coalition NATO drills kicks off in Estonia
17:28, 29 November 2017
Cyber Coalition NATO drills kicks off in Estonia

The drills aim to check the capability of the NATO-countries and countries-partners to oppose the cyber-attacks and to work out the cooperation of the experts on the cyber-security

17:28, 29 November 2017

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The large-scale NATO Cyber Coalition drills began in Tartu, Estonia as The Baltic Times reported.

‘The drills aim to check the capability of the NATO-countries and countries-partners to oppose the cyber-attacks and to work out the cooperation of the experts on the cyber-security at the inner- and international levels’, the message said.

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More than 700 experts on IT and officials from 25 NATO countries and 4 countries-partners, including Finland, Sweden, Switzerland and Ireland take part in the drills.  About 100 of them participate in the drills in Tartu, while 600 of them stay at their workplaces in the different countries of the world.

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According to Andres Kuuse, the Lieutenant Colonel that manages the drills, the participants will face the different issues emerged at the computer and cell networks, industrial systems of the military management and solve them within the present legal restrictions.

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