Norway has become the latest nation to join the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCD COE).
The country announced its decision to join the CCD COE as a sponsoring nation on 27 September, according to a statement from the centre. This makes it the 21st nation to join the CCD COE, enabling it to work with the other members of the NATO-accredited institution on cyber defence research, training, and exercises.
The move was welcomed by Merle Maigre, director of the CCD COE, who said: “Potential enlargement of our multinational team proves that our centre continues to be attractive for allies.
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