Estonia has joined the list of nations that have signed the new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on cyber defence cooperation with NATO. The signature ceremony took place on 7 June 2016 between NATO, represented by Assistant Secretary General Ambassador Sorin Ducaru in his capacity as the Chairman of the Cyber Defence Management Board (CDMB), and the Republic of Estonia, represented by Erki Kodar, Under-Secretary for Legal and Administrative Affairs at the Ministry of Defence.
This second generation MOU aims to further improve cyber defence cooperation and assistance between NATO and national cyber defence authorities. The Memorandum contributes to the enhancement and interoperability of NATO and national cyber defence capabilities and facilitates information sharing and assistance to improve cyber incident prevention, resilience and response capabilities.
Image: Signing of the new MOU on Cyber Defence between the Chairman of the CDMB, Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, and Erki Kodar, Under-Secretary for Legal and Administrative Affairs at the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Estonia.