Secretary General: Through NATO, we can build a secure cyberspace for all

The Secretary General emphasized that cyber is driving strategic competition and that authoritarian regimes, including China and Russia, are: “challenging our interests, our values and our security.”

He said they are: “determined to shape the future of cyberspace in [their] own image with little transparency and no regard for human rights.” At the Vilnius Summit this year, Allies agreed to enhance NATO’s cyber defence politically, militarily, and technically. To “avoid relying on equipment supplied by authoritarian regimes to build our digital backbone for the future,” the Secretary General said NATO must collaborate with the private sector to build resilience.

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Source: NATO Communications and Information Agency