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    NATO Computer Incident Response Capability

    Nato vurderer innsatsstyrke for IT, for å ha mulighet til å bistå medlemsland som mangler kompetanse når de er under angrep.

    Nato vurderer innsatsstyrke for it | Computerworld


    Det er Natos generalsekretær, danske Anders Fog Rasmussen, som har stablet på beina forslaget.

    - Det er min ambisjon at vi en dag har oppbygget en slags cyber-flytropp eller en innsatsstyrke, som vi i dag har Nato Response Force, en tradisjonell militær styrke som hurtig kan rykke ut. På cyber-fronten må vi ha noe lignende om et medlemsland blir angrepet, sier han til Politiken.dk.
    Er dette noe medlemslandene har lyst på?
    Det første som slår meg, er at for å kunne hjelpe å bekjempe slikt, så må man ha core-tilganger i det aktuelle landets systemer. Dermed begynner jeg å lure på hvem som har lyst til å evt tillate slikt? Det er vel ingen hemmelighet at Nato-medlemsland snuser litt på informasjon fra hverandre, og med slike tilganger, så kan det fort hende at det blir lagt noen åpninger inn i de aktuelle nettverkene "ved et uhell"....?
    Eller..?
    *smerte er midlertidig, ære varer evig*

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    Sv: Nato vurderer innsatsstyrke for IT



    NATO Rapid Reaction Team to fight cyber attack

    NATO Computer Incident Response Capability (NCIRC)


    "The NCIRC is responsible for the cyber defence of all NATO sites, whether they are those of static HQs or HQs deployed for operations or exercises," says Ian West, NCIRC TC Director.

    http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natolive/news_85161.htm

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    NATO Cyber Defence Committee
    Cyber security


    "The NCIRC (NATO Computer Incident Response Capability) is responsible for the cyber defence of all NATO sites, whether they are those of static HQs or HQs deployed for operations or exercises," says Ian West, NCIRC TC Director.

    Against the background of increasing dependence on technology and on the Internet, the Alliance is advancing its efforts to confront the wide range of cyber threats targeting NATO’s networks on a daily basis. The growing sophistication of cyber attacks makes the protection of the Alliance’s communications and information systems (CIS) an urgent task.

    In April 2014, the NAC agreed to rename the Defence Policy and Planning Committee (Cyber Defence) as the Cyber Defence Committee.


    In May 2014, the full operational capability of the NCIRC (NCIRC FOC) was achieved, providing enhanced protection to NATO networks and users.


    In June 2014, NATO Defence Ministers endorsed the new cyber defence policy, which is currently being implemented. The new policy and its implementation will be kept under close review at both the political and technical levels within the Alliance and will be refined and updated in line with the evolving cyber threat.


    At the Wales Summit in September 2014, Allies approved a new action plan which along with the new policy contributes to the fulfilment of the Alliance’s core tasks.



    NATO - Cyber security

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