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  • NATO Improves Cyberdefenses
    Posted by Nicholas Fiorenza 4:53 PM on Mar 08, 2012

    The NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A) today signed a contract for Finmeccanica through SELEX Elsag and VEGA, along with Northrop Grumman, to deliver a NATO computer incident response full operational capability. The 58-million euro contract is NATO’s largest investment so far in cyberdefense, according to the NC3A.

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    The project aims to protect NATO networks and the alliance’s ability to support members during cyberattacks with improved information sharing and strengthened rapid reaction teams. The contract covers the design, testing, and installation of cyberdefense capabilities by the end of 2012, plus maintenance and support over five years. The project includes implementation of a robust infrastructure of improved cyberdefense sensors and management tools and cyberdefense decision support capabilities and mobile kits for cyber-rapid reaction teams.

    Tags: ar99, NATO

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