The 10th instalment in the series designed for military and national security decision makers looks at various ways a supply chain could be compromised as was the case for SolarWinds, the political response to the SolarWinds attack and much more. The new CCDCOE report also highlights the growing interest towards strategic decision-making exercises focusing on threats in the cyber domain.
In 2020 the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) launched a series of reports that highlight how threats, vulnerabilities and incidents in cyberspace can affect military organisations and their operations.
The primary audience for this series includes military decision makers at different levels of command. The selection of relevant news articles stems from the significance of the events from the perspective of the military, utilizing the CCDCOE’s multidisciplinary expertise and 360° approach to cyber defence.