NATO and EU sign cyber defence agreement

Q.  NATO and which nation(s) have signed an agreement to improve cyber defence cooperation?
- Published on 12 Feb 16

a. US
b. EU
c. UK
d. Australia

NATO and the European Union have signed an agreement for improving cooperation in cyberdefence. Technical agreement was signed in NATO HQ and both NATO and EU having 22 member countries in common will enhance cooperation in the area of defence related fields. In a statement, the EU said the new agreement will facilitate information-sharing to improve cyber incident prevention, detection and response at both the EU and NATO. EU has also been participating in Cyber defence exercises of NATO with objectives of progress in the EU Cyber Defence Policy Framework, which has set cooperation with NATO as one of its five priorities.

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