Rome. CY4GATE has entered today in a new partnership agreement on cyber information sharing with NATO. The agreement has been signed with the NCIA, NATO Communications and Information Agency, also responsible for operating and defending NATO’s networks, with the aim to facilitate rapid and early bilateral exchange of non-classified technical information related to cyber threats and vulnerabilities. The signature ceremony has taken place at the NCI Agency’s NITEC18 conference held in Berlin from May 22nd to 24th.
Framed within the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership (NICP), established following the Wales Summit outcomes, this agreement is another clear demonstration that NATO and Industry can work effectively together – sharing information, experience and expertise to counter cyber threats.
It is part of a whole strategy driven by CY4GATE with the aim to contribute to the improvement of networks’ resilience and help to prevent, contrast and recover from cyber-attacks. As the majority of networks are owned and operated by private companies, our expertise is essential for cyber defence. Following this commitment, CY4GATE signed previously an agreement for joining the NICP MISP (Malware Information Sharing Platform), a web-based community established with the intent to break down the barriers that prevent information sharing and to build a trusted community.
“With the signature of this new Agreement which follows the joining of CY4GATE the NICP Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP), the Company confirms its strong commitment with the NATO Cyber Community in the fight against the cyber threats” says Eugenio Santagata, CY4GATE CEO.
CY4GATE is proud to contribute to the growing of the attention on this topic in all crucial opportunities, for this reason will support the next CYCON initiative as diamond sponsor, the annual International Conference on Cyber Conflict, organized by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) that will take place in Tallinn from May 29th to June 1st.
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