On December 2020, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (Latvia) and The National Defence University College of Information and Cyberspace (U.S.) signed a Memorandum of Understanding. This cooperation will help prepare leaders who are able to play critical role in various aspects of national security. Improving security, increasing resilience and utilizing potential in cyberspace requires a broad and well-coordinated effort. Identifying partners and allies to face current challenges in ever-changing digital space is crucial. The collaboration is a sign of a closer relationship between the NATO StratCom COE and United States as in December 2020 it became one of the sponsoring nations. The NDU College of Information and Cyberspace (CIC) is the premier senior national security educational institution focused on the information environment. CIC is the desired educator of leaders who perform national and military actions within the cyberspace domain using the information instrument of national power.
Watch a conversation between Jānis Sārts, NATO StratCom COE Director and Cassandra C. Lewis, Acting Chancellor, College of Information and Cyberspace. Moderated by Jon Sunderland, NATO StratCom COE Staff Officer.