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NATO refreshes cyber technology, competition for ongoing equipment replacement



by Olivia Savage

The NATO Cyber ​​Security Center is updating the technology at its Security Operations Center. (Shutterstock)

The NATO Cyber ​​Security Center (NCSC) has completed a project with Cisco, RSA and EuroOne industry partners to replace equipment at its Security Operations Center in Mons, Belgium.

The project, completed in December 2021, involved the modernization of two central management systems working together to help the NCSC monitor NATO networks for threats and report key issues, the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA), which leads the NCSC, said in a February 9 announcement.

Fred Jordan, the head of NCIA’s cybersecurity delivery branch, confirmed that Janes that the completed work was the Urgent Urgent Management project.

NCIA launched a quotation request (RFQ) in October 2019 for the Urgent Urgent Management project – the first phase of the Capacity Package 120 Program (CP120). The project required the implementation and modernization of network intrusion detection / prevention (NIPS) and Full Packet Capture (FPC) systems.



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