Georgia to join the Regional Cyber Security Centre

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Lithuania and Georgia are intensifying their cooperation in cyber defence area: a plan for joint cyber exercise will be developed and experience will be exchanged on developing cyber tools, Georgia is also planned to engage in the activity of the Regional Cyber Security Centre to be established in Kaunas.

A closer cooperation in the area of cyber security was agreed to earlier today by Minister of national Defence of Lithuania Raimundas Karoblis and Minister of Defence of Georgia Levan Izoria by signing a Declaration of Intent in Vilnius.

“Lithuania and Georgia are expanding the limits of our cooperation in security area, the partnership of our countries in cyberspace is mutually beneficial in our fight against malicious activities and cyber incidents,” Minister R. Karoblis.

By signing the Declaration of Intent the countries have also agreed on exchanging information and data on cyber incidents and attacks, and to organise bilateral meetings of cybersecurity experts.

The document was signed on the margins of the visit by President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaitė and President of Georgia Salome Zurabišvili to the National Cyber Security Centre under the Ministry of National Defence.


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