EU enhances Ukraine’s capacity to respond to cyberattacks

EU enhances Ukraine’s capacity to respond to cyberattacks

September 28, 2021

On 20-22 September, a second wave of cybersecurity exercises funded by the European Union took place in Kyiv.

Over 50 officials from Ukraine’s State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection (SSSCIP), Security Service (SBU), Cyber Police, Ministry of Defence and National Bank (NBU) participated in the training simulation for countering cyberattacks, conducted using a ‘live fire’ method. Special attention was paid to cooperation between the main Ukrainian actors in the field of cybersecurity. 

The exercises were carried out within the framework of the EU-funded EU4DigitalUA project implemented by the Estonian e-Governance Academy (eGA).

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