Ukraine Joined NATO Cyber Center 

by Meifan Honcharuk
Friday, May 19, 2023
Ukraine Joined NATO Cyber Center 

On May 16, the NATO Center for cooperation in the field of cyber defence officially raised the Ukrainian flag 

Ukraine's Ministry of internal affairs has decided to join the country to the CCDCOE. Recall that in March 2022, all 27 NATO countries voted for the admission of Ukraine into the alliance on cybersecurity. On 16 May 2023, the Tallinn headquarters officially raised the blue-yellow flag.

"We thank the CCDCOE sponsoring countries for inviting Ukraine and express our special gratitude to the government of Estonia for the support and assistance on the way to CCDCOE NATO," wrote the press centre of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry.

Now representatives of Ukraine will promote Tallinn CCDCOE. The North Atlantic Alliance accredits the centre and deals with the cybersecurity of countries. Ukraine will help with analytical data and research. The centre in Tallinn also conducts multidisciplinary applied research in the field of information exchange and processes related to defence training. Note that the division is engaged in protecting against hacker attacks only for 27 countries of the alliance. In fact, Ukraine will protect NATO members from computer viruses aimed at breaking access codes to essential documents of countries, banks, etc.

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