NATO planning cyber training facility in Estonia


Estonia’s defence chief Maj. Gen. Riho Terras met on Wednesday in Norfolk, USA with Supreme Allied Commander Transformation Gen. Jean-Paul Palomeros who briefed him about the establishment of a NATO cyber defence training range in Estonia.

Estonia last year put to the alliance the proposal to utilize the cyber lab of the defence forces
as NATO’s cyber defence training range. The Tallinn-based facility could be used by NATO as a whole and all member states separately for conducting cyber defence exercises and for military training of their units.

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