As Estonia looks to prepare for the challenges in international security in upcoming months with NATO, challenges that could expand towards the next decade of growth, the US and Estonia have created a collaborative science agreement to research Cyber Security.The collaboration effort in the domain of cyber security will provide a forum for information to be exchanged.

“This historic agreement provides the opportunity for two nations with substantial defensive cyber capabilities to leverage their respective cyber experience to drive new research and development to reduce cyber threats across the spectrum of conflict,” said Director of the C5ISR Center Patrick J. O’Neill.

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