The Multinational Cyber Defence Capability Development (MN CD2) project is a cooperation between nations in order to effectively and efficiently develop and acquire capabilities for national use through cooperation.
By utilizing joint funding for research and development, as well as the option for joint procurement, there is a potential for putting capabilities in place with lower cost and higher quality.
Currently, MN CD2 is open to all NATO Nations. Participation of partner nations is being addressed.
The 16th Multi-national Cyber Defence Capability Development (MN CD2) Board meeting was held in the NCI Agency, The Hague, Netherlands, on 13-14 March 2018
The 15th Multinational Cyber Defence Capability Development (MN CD2) Board meeting was held in the NCI Agency, The Hague, Netherlands, on 14-15 November 2017 followed by a Workshop on 16 November to discuss new Work Packages
This Work Package will establish and support the Governance, Operations and Maintenance (GOM) of the NATO CIICS Federation
DMCCI is based on the collection of network data and metadata for the purpose of parsing, storing and correlating in order to detect the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)