CR14 hosts NATO's largest-ever digital interoperability exercise

Last week saw the conclusion of Coalition Warrior Interoperability Exercise (CWIX), NATO's largest-ever digital interoperability exercise. Taking place in NATO Joint Force Training Centre in Bydgoszcz, Poland and being hosted on the CR14 multiverse of cyber ranges, CWIX allows NATO and its members to experiment and test their deployable systems in a controlled environment.

CR14 and NATO participants at NATO Joint Force Training Centre in Bydgoszcz, Poland

This year’s exercise saw 2,500+ participants conduct more than 26,000 test cases in 18 functional focus areas, becoming the largest-ever CWIX execution to date along the way. NATO and its partners experimented, tested, and de-risked their deployable systems for three weeks during CWIX. As NATO has set its sights on having full Multi-Domain Operations by 2030, CWIX represents a critically important way to improve the interoperability and readiness between NATO and partner nations.

CWIX also celebrated its 25th anniversary this year, having started in 1999 as the Joint Warrior Interoperability Demonstration. CR14 has been honoured to participate in CWIX and support NATO and its partners’ efforts in different roles throughout the years. Hopefully, we will be present at the 50th anniversary celebrations as well.

The MoU signing ceremony at the Accelerating Decarbonisation and Digitalisation Conference in Singapore

CR14 helps to safeguard the seven seas

Maritime technology has been developing rapidly for some time now, with 80% of world trade transported by sea today. While we enjoy the fruits of that development, we must remember to fortify our defences to ensure they remain untainted. That is why we proudly announce that CR14 has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI), Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Tallinn University of Technology to jointly focus and collaborate on maritime cybersecurity R&D.

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