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- Ukraine moves toward closer cybersecurity collaboration with NATO.
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- Gamer alert.
Ukraine moves toward closer cybersecurity collaboration with NATO.
Ukraine has signed an agreement to join NATO's Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE). The CCDCOE is based in Tallinn, Estonia. Ukraine's accession to the Centre will become official once the Centre's current members sign the agreement, but that agreement is widely expected to come swiftly. Closer cooperation is seen as benefiting both Ukraine and NATO. Nataliya Tkachuk, who directs information security and cybersecurity at Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council told the Record, “Ukraine’s experience is unique. And we are ready to share it with our allies — from the public-private partnership and effective involvement of cyber volunteers to methods of detecting and neutralizing cyberattacks from Russia.”
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