On April 6 Vilnius hosts the 9th Baltic Cyber Security Coordination Experts Meeting that addresses topical issues of the countries’ cyber security and prospects of cooperation in the area.
“Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia has been cooperating closely in cyber security for years, so I am happy that Baltic institutions coordinate their actions successfully, share information and best practices in order to improve cyber security and respond appropriately to cyber incidents,” Vice Minister of National Defence Edvinas Kerza said in a welcome address to the three Baltic states’ cyber security representatives.
The Baltic representatives will address cyber security situation and incidents, share insights and experience at the meeting in Vilnius. The event will also focus on the prospects of cooperation between the Baltic states in the area, and the initiatives developed by the EU and NATO on cyber defence.
This is the ninth meeting of the kind for representatives of Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian cyber security institutions that is attended by specialists of ministries of defence, foreign affairs and other, national communications and cyber security services.