Cyberly is going places – last week to the hot cyber spot in our Nordic region. Estonia was severely hit 2007 and has been building up its cyber resilience ever since. It is an efficient ecosystem where the core may be the CR14 – the cyber range established by Estonian MOD that hosts the huge Locked Shields cyber exercise every year.

But it is also the industry, with companies developing training solutions for cyber preparedness and a University that produces cyber professionals and content for the exercises, while also training their students on the available tools. Tallinn also hosts a DIANA Accelerator – just like the one recently appointed to Linköping – a NATO defense innovation accelerator.

Click here to read the personal reflections of Cyberly’s Cluster Lead, Joanna Sjölander, from her visit to Estonia.