NATO Provides Ukraine with Hardware for Cybersecurity

NATO Secretary-General says that the organization provides hardware to the Ukrainian government to help them protect their government networks against cyber-attacks.

During a joint press conference with the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said, "NATO will continue to provide Ukraine with practical support. Today, we reviewed our Comprehensive Assistance Package for Ukraine. Through ten different Trust Funds, NATO Allies have pledged almost forty million euros to support Ukraine. In areas such as command and control, cyber defense and medical rehabilitation.

"We are now working to provide Ukraine with satellite communications equipment. In recent days, we have delivered state of the art cyber defense equipment, helping key government institutions, to better investigate cyber security incidents and to protect themselves from cyber-attacks, such as those we saw recently."




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