ADGA RHEA took part in the seventh annual NATO Cyber Coalition 2014 (CC14) by providing a leading cyber security system to help exchange critical cyber information and promote a collective defense approach to cyber security. This four-day exercise was attended by over 650 participants who gathered together to test NATO’s ability to defend its networks from evolving cyber security threats.
As a leading international System Engineering and Information Technology services firm, ADGA RHEA is renowned for its thorough knowledge of national security, operations processes and cyber defense system requirements. ADGA RHEA was contracted by NATO’s Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) to develop and deploy the Cyber Information and Incident Coordination System (CIICS), as part of the Multinational Cyber Defense Capability Development project (MNCD2). The MNCD2-CIICS project stakeholders include Canada, Romania and The Netherlands.
The goal of CIICS is to support an effective response to cyber incidents by enabling sharing critical cyber information among diverse organizations and across national boundaries. The initial release of CIICS used for the CC14 provided essential functions for cyber incident management through information sharing and cyber operations workflow management.