South Korea’s join to the NATO Cyber Security Center

The National Intelligence Service of the Republic of Korea has become a member of the NATO Cyber Security Cooperation Center in Estonia, which was reported by Yonhap, citing the Korean special services.

First state of East Asia was admitted to the structure.

"We intend to raise our cyber capabilities to the world level by boosting the number of staff sent to the center and expanding the scope of joint training," noted a South Korean intelligence official.

The country's national intelligence team has declared its intention to join the organization in 2019 and has been participating in cybersecurity training since 2020.

P.S: Of the 32 members of the Alliance, which has been active since 2008, 27 are members of NATO.