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Norway asks to join Nato cyber defence centre

The Norwegian government has announced it will seek to join the Nato Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.

Norway’s application to the centre is part of its international cybersecurity policy, which aims to prevent and protect against threats and challenges in cyberspace, the government said on 27 September. The strategy was launched on the same day.  

The Tallinn-based cyber defence centre is home to researchers, analysts and educators from 20 countries. Its remit includes military, government and industry cyber activities, and its aim is to have a broad overview of cyber defence. Although staffed and funded by Nato member countries, it is not part of Nato’s military command or force structure.  

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