First international official traning to acchive more skills for countering cyber attacks on 10-11 may 2010.
Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence organised this event with cooparation of Swedish Government.
Baltic Cyber shield training give the participants a practical experience in defending computer network announced CCDCOE.
Main goal of this traninng (Baltic Cyber Shield ) is to incriese the knowledge and understanding of cyberspace and how cooperating is during a cyber attacks.During the exercise, six teams from Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden and NATO headquarters (NCIRC) will attempt to defend virtual computer networks against hostile attacks.
The event is jointly set up by the CCDCOE and the Swedish National Defence College (SNDC) with support from various Swedish institutions and the Estonian Cyber Defence League. Participating teams come from governmental agencies in Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden and NATO Computer Incident Response Capability Technical Centre (NCIRC-TC).
One of the main tasks for the teams is to defend an initially insecure company network. This network also includes components of SCADA systems that are used for monitoring and controlling critical information infrastructure,” Kaur Kasak, the exercise director from the CCDCOE explains.