NATO’s Cyber Capabilities: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

NATO’s Cyber Capabilities: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

On February 27, the Atlantic Council hosted a panel discussion on NATO’s evolving role in cyber defense and security. The panel discussed key cyber challenges confronting the transatlantic Alliance. The event also served as the launch for a new issue brief "NATO´s Cyber Capabilities: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow", authored by Jason Healey, director of the Atlantic Council´s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, and Leendert van Bochoven, NATO and European Defense leader at IBM.

The Authors argue that NATO must "double down" on a core set of priorities following the recent cyber defense policy, leveraging the best capabilities, policies, and practices from member nations and industry partners.
While NATO enacted a new cyberdefense policy in June, the alliance now needs to focus on a core set of priorities to make cybersecurity efforts more effective, the report said. "NATO’s central missions of collective defense and cooperative security must be as effective in cyberspace as they are in the other domains of air, land, sea, and space", concluded the report.

Read the issue brief here:
http://www.acus.org/files/publication_pdfs/403/022712_ACUS_
NATOSmarter_IBM.pdf


mercoledì 29 febbraio 2012
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