The Estonian ministry of defence gave cybersecurity training and exercise to cyber defenders in the Singapore’s ministry of defence and armed forces. The training happened at Cyber Defence Test and Evaluation Centre (CyTEC) in Singapore.
The programme was held by the Estonian Defence Forces Cyber Range, they deliver training from individual levels to large-scale international exercises.
“Cooperation in cyberspace is the most cost-effective way to build relations between nations at such a long distance, given that both countries face similar threats and opportunities in the cyberspace,” Andri Rebane, the executive programme manager for cyber range and cyber exercises in Estonian ministry of defence, mentioned.
The training programme will help the participants with crucial concepts on cyber defence techniques and perspectives. The training included practical sessions which made the session active and engaging said a representative of the Singapore armed forces.
Estonia worked on its cybersecurity commitment after the incident that arose from Russia wiped out many pivotal services in the country. The steps were the intro of a firm’s structure that can swiftly respond to the attacks also the legal acts that will need all important services for co-operation if they cut off from the internet.
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