Cooperation on Cyber Defence
As the Alliance looks to the future, cyber threats and attacks will continue to become more common, sophisticated, and potentially damaging. While NATO’s primary responsibility is to protect its own networks, NATO also facilitates co-operation on cyber defence including through multinational projects, education, training, and exercises and information exchange, in support of national cyber defence efforts. At the Warsaw Summit in July, Allied Heads of State and Government adopted a common pledge to strengthen and enhance the cyber defences of national networks and infrastructures, as a matter of priority.
Government of Bulgaria
To acilitates co-operation on cyber defence including through multinational projects, education, training, and exercises and information exchange, in support of national cyber defence efforts.
- Facilitate information-sharing on cyber threats and best practices;
- improve the prevention of cyber incidents;
- increase Bulgaria’s resilience to cyber threats
- facilitate assistance between NATO and Bulgaria’s cyber defence authorities in case of need
MoU signed October 2016
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