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NATO strengthening cybersecurity assets

Signed contracts with King ICT Croatia and IBM Belgium worth €30M for the provision of cyber security deployment and configuration services


NATO Communications and Information Agency headquarters in The Hague. Photo: Wikimedia
NATO Communications and Information Agency headquarters in The Hague. Photo: Wikimedia

The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) has signed two contracts with King ICT Croatia and IBM Belgium, for the provision of cyber security deployment and configuration services, worth €30M.


According to the website Euro-SDT, following an open competition, the Cyber Security Services Framework (CSSF) contracts were signed on 12 December 2022 and will be effective as of 1 February this year. The agreements include two base years and two one-year options.


These contracts cover the provision of installations and configuration of cyber security assets across the NATO enterprise, supporting the services currently provided by the NATO Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

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