At the initiative of the Permanent Representation of France in NATO, the General Commando of the French Armed Forces (EMA) and the General Directorate of Armaments (DGA); the Summit of the Cyberdefense Committee (CDC) of NATO met in Brittany in the cities of Rennes and Bruz.
The CDC is the agency responsible for the policy of cyberdefense in NATO, created in 2014 during the Summit of Wales. International delegations to the Summit were composed of more than 40 military and diplomatic representatives of the 22 NATO countries. And , of course, all important agents supporting the international development of the Brittany Region were present at the NATO Summit. This exchange allowed the French defense to introduce its cyberdefense policy, and putting into practice the different scenarios of military operations.
And besides that, during the Summit the center of excellence in cybersecurity of the French Ministry of Defence – with the support the Region of Brittany- was the subject of specific presentations in its three dimensions; initial education, middle and higher training; and development of products and services.
Representatives of the Industrial and Technological Cybersecurity Base (BITC) and two regional companies (DIATEAM, SECURE-IC, and SOPRA-STERIA) could present their technological initiatives to this important meeting of NATO, demonstrating the vitality and potential of the Region of Brittany in this topic.