Welcome to the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership

“Cyber-attacks can be as dangerous as conventional attacks. They can shut down important infrastructure. They can have a great negative impact on our operations… We are prepared for attacks that might happen in the future. Cyber-attack is something which is happening every day. And we are responding every day to different kinds of cyber-attacks.”

– NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Joint Press Point with Sven Mikser, Minister of Defence of Estonia in November 2014

The interconnected and open character of cyberspace has offered unprecedented opportunities for our economies and has transformed the fabric of our societies. By the same token, cyber threats are growing both in numbers and in sophistication. As the majority of networks are owned and operated by the private sector, its technological innovations and expertise are crucial for cyber defence. Cooperation, in particular information sharing on threats, can reinforce the resilience of networks and help to prevent, respond to, and recover from, cyber attacks. Against this background, we will work with industry as part of an open, transparent and mutually beneficial partnership – the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership (NICP). Such a partnership supports NATO’s principal role in cyber defence: the protection of its own networks.

NATO and Proximus Announce Cyber Information Sharing Agreement

The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency and Proximus signed on 16 February 2017 an Industry Partnership Agreement (IPA) on cyber information sharing. This agreement is the tenth in a series of agreements between the Alliance and leading Industry partners, aiming at improving both parties’ ability to detect, prevent and respond to cyber threats quickly.…

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2nd NICP MISP Board Meeting held on 10 February 2017

The 2nd NATO Industry Cyber Partnership MISP Board Meeting was held on 10 February 2017 in Brussels. At the meeting NATO and Industry demonstrated commitment to exchange actionable threat information. The NATO Industry Cyber Partnership (NICP) Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP) enables NATO and industry to exchange real-time actionable cyber threat information. This initiative enhances early awareness of cyber threats…

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