Fortinet and NATO’s Annual “Exercise Locked Shields” Cyber Wargames


Fortinet has once again had the honor of contributing to NATO’s annual Exercise Locked Shields, a premier cyber warfare event known as the world’s largest and most intricate international live-fire cyber-defense exercise.

Hosted by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), this cyber-warfare exercise has been a recurring event since 2010. It is designed to help cybersecurity professionals from allied nations elevate their cyber-warfare expertise and exchange optimal strategies for safeguarding their national IT systems and critical infrastructure during live cyberattacks.

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