Cyber Coalition 2022 completed
Zagreb, 5 December 2022.- NATO’s largest cyber defence exercise “Cyber Coalition 2022” involving more than 1,000 cyber experts from 26 member states and seven partner countries ended on Friday, December 2, 2022. The central place of management of the exercise was in Tallinn, Estonia, and the exercise itself was carried out distributed from the locations of the participating countries. In addition to several participants of the Croatian Armed Forces who were in the management part of Estonia, the exercise gathered over 140 participants from the state administration, academia and industry in the Republic of Croatia. Aside from the state bodies MORH and OSRH, the participants were the following: Croatian Security Intelligence Agency, the Institute for Information Systems, the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the Ministry of the Interior, the State Attorney General of the Republic of Croatia, the European Cybercrime Centre — Europol, the Personal Data Protection Agency, the Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM) and the National CERT. The companies participating in the exercise were as follows: Span d.d., Microsoft Croatia d.o.o., Insig2 d.o.o., Infigo IS d.o.o., Infobip d.o.o., EDURON IS d.o.o. The institutions within the academia; Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences Zagreb, Faculty of Law Osijek, Department of Informatics Osijek and University College Algebra. Carnet and National CERT participated in the exercise in part of the scenario of their competences, in the legal scenario and having coordinating the participation of the private sector and academia.
The aim of the exercise was to improve the ability of NATO, allies and partners to defend and work together in cyberspace. The exercise scenarios simulated real-life threats such as attacks on electricity networks, programs and assets of NATO and Allies during military operations. More information about this exercise is available on the website of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Croatia via the following link.
For additional information please contact:
Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM)
- Roberta Frangeša-Mihanovića 9 Street
- 10110 Zagreb, Croatia
- Tel. + 385 (0) 1 700 70 07
- Fax + 385 (0)1 700 70 70
Media inquiries can be submitted online using HAKOM’s official website: www.hakom.hr
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