At the Warsaw Summit leaders pledged to strengthen their own cyber defences, and recognised cyberspace as a new operational domain. “This means better protecting our networks and our missions and operations, with more focus on cyber training and planning,” the Secretary General said.
In the Cyber Defence Pledge, Allied Heads of State and Government, pledged to ensure the Alliance keeps pace with the fast evolving cyber threat landscape and that their nations will be capable of defending themselves in cyberspace as in the air, on land and at sea. The Pledge also included a specific reference to the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership: “We recognise the value of NATO’s partnerships with partner nations, industry and academia, including through the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership.”
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