Poland will participate in the development of early warning systems about threats in cyberspace

The document provides for the creation of round-the-clock contact points and the overall response to incidents related to cyber security.

Poland and NATO signed the first agreement on cooperation in the field of cybersecurity. This was reported by Polish radio on Thursday, July 4.

The document was signed by Deputy defense Minister Tomasz Sziget and assistant Secretary General of NATO on new security threats Antonio Missiroli.

“The agreement provides for ongoing cooperation in the field of cyber defence, in particular the establishment of round-the-clock contact points and the overall response to the incident”, – is spoken in the message.

Also the document provides the legal basis for the possible use of NATO’s rapid reaction teams in case of a threat in cyberspace. It also defines areas of cooperation, in which the Alliance can support Poland.

“Thanks to the agreement, Poland will participate in the development of early warning systems about threats in cyberspace will also be able to count on the advice of NATO experts and industry collaborations weapons in this area”, – writes the edition.

We will remind, Ukraine plans to develop a new cybersecurity Strategy for the audit of public resources. This was announced by the Secretary of Involucrando danyluk.

Earlier it was reported that NATO will provide Ukraine EUR 40 million. The money will be spent including on cybersecurity.

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