Estonian Company Wins European Defense Agency Procurement ({{commentsTotal}})

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BHC Laboratory OÜ became the first Estonian company to win a procurement contract from the European Defense Agency (EDA) to organize strategic cyber defense exercises.

The exercises will be held in May in Portugal's Military Academy and it is a pilot exercise aimed at assessing and shaping strategic decisions for a potential wide-scale cyber conflict, uudised.err.ee reported today.

According to the contract with the EDA, BHC Laboratory will be in charge of the script and the progress of the exercise, and will also carry it out. The company will also prepare a theoretical course preceding the exercise.



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