NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) has admitted South Korea, the first Asian country to join.

The country’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) made the announcement today, noting that it will represent South Korea in the centre’s training and research activities.

“We plan to strengthen our cyber response capabilities to a world-class level by increasing the number of our staff sent to the centre and expanding the scope of joint training,” the NIS said, as reported by the local Yonhap News Agency.

South Korea’s entry to the CCDCOE brings the total number of members to 32, including 27 full NATO members.

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