The team from Czech Republic wins the largest and most complex international live-fire cyber defence exercise Locked Shields 2017. Estonian team and NCIRC team from NATO take second and third place respectively.
The defensive team from Czech Republic also takes home the special prize for the scenario inject. NCIRC team scored the highest in the legal game of the exercise, German team came out on top of forensic challenges while the team from the United Kingdom achieved the highest scores in handling the strategic communication challenges.
Locked Shields exercise has been organised by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence since 2010. The exercise takes place in cooperation with the Estonian Defence Forces, the British Army, the United States European Command, the Finnish Defence Forces, the Swedish Defence University, and Tallinn University of Technology. Industry partners are also closely involved.