Luxembourg joins Nato’s cyber defence centre amid concerns over EU’s cyber approach

Luxembourg has joined South Korea and Canada as the latest members of Nato’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE).

The new recruits were welcomed by Jaak Tarien, head of the CCDCOE. “Each member of the CCDCOE plays an important role in building and advancing a strong and effici...


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