The European Security and Defence College (ESDC) achieved initial operating capability (IOC) for its Cyber Education, Training, Exercise, and Evaluation (ETEE) platform, and has begun work on harmonising cyber training across European militaries.
The ESDC was established under the European Union's Common Security and Defence Policy with the aim of boosting efficiencies in training across educational institutions. This includes military academies, along with universities, police educational facilities and other bodies. Non-EU organisations can also take part.
Although the ESDC offers a small number of its own courses, its primary function is harmonising the needs and offerings of its member states and organisations.
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