On 16 February, the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency and Proximus signed an Industry Partnership Agreement on cyber information sharing, the tenth such agreement between NATO and leading industry partners.
The agreement will facilitate rapid and early bilateral exchange of non-classified technical information relevant to cyber threats and vulnerabilities. Integrated into NCI’s detection and prevention processes, this will further enhance NATO’s cyber security posture.
“To build trust in our digital economy, it’s important that all actors continue to raise their cyber resilience,” commented Dominique Leroy, CEO of Proximus. “Today’s threat actors are global and sophisticated cyber threats are rapidly increasing. In such context, trustworthy collaboration between major players is key.”