NATO is organizing the world’s largest cyber defense exercise, with more than 3,000 participants from 38 countries.
NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence (CCDCOE) in Estonia hosts the annual exercise, called Locked Shields.
According to the statement issued by NATO, computer systems will be protected from attacks in real time, and tactical and strategic decisions to be taken in critical situations will be simulated in the exercise, which started today and will continue until April 21.
In the exercise, which the blue and red teams took part in, the Blues, made up of NATO CCDCOE and partner countries, will take on forensic, legal and media challenges in more than 5,500 virtual systems prepared by 400 organizers.
NATO CCDCOE Director Mart Norma said in a statement about the exercise, “No cyber defense exercise can offer expertise as detailed and detailed as locked shields. Twenty-four blue teams around the world will have to ensure that critical infrastructures and computer systems are operational. The teams will show up.” What they can do to keep systems running in real-life situations and under high pressure.” Use phrases.
Norma has stated that she will not only focus on technical issues, but also areas such as strategy games, legal issues, and crisis communication.
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