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Ukraine joins NATO cyber drill, Locked Shields 2024, a historic move

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Ukraine will make its debut in NATO’s largest cybersecurity exercise, Locked Shields 2024, emphasizing the importance of international collaboration in defending against cyber threats. This year’s exercise, hosted in Estonia, will see around 4,000 experts from over 40 nations working together. The exercise simulates real-life scenarios and challenges teams to showcase their technical prowess, strategic decision-making, and resilience in defending against cyber threats.

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  • Ukraine to join NATO’s flagship cybersecurity exercise, Locked Shields 2024 for the first time
  • Locked Shields is the world’s largest cybersecurity exercise, fostering international collaboration in cyber defense

In a historic first, Ukraine will debut in NATO’s flagship cybersecurity exercise, Locked Shields 2024, announced by the National Cyber Security Coordination Center. The exercise, taking place in Estonia, will bring together experts from over 40 nations to tackle cyber threats through realistic scenarios. Teams will engage in a Red Team vs. Blue Team contest, defending against orchestrated cyber assaults in a simulated environment. The exercise promotes international collaboration, strategic decision-making, and resilience in defending critical infrastructure from cyber threats.


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