Q. Which country has become the first NATO member to launch self-contained cyber command unit?
Answer of this question "Which country has become the first NATO member to launch self-contained cyber command unit?", here are 4 choices for this question : Germany, France, Belgium, United States. Answer Is "".
Germany has become the first North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member to launch a self-contained cyber command unit, which is designed to shield IT and weapons systems from growing attacks. The Cyber and Information Space Command (Kdo CIR) will have a status equal to that of the army, navy, and air force. The Kdo CIR is the youngest branch of Germany’s military “Bundeswehr”. It will operate and protect the military’s own IT infrastructure and computer-assisted weapons systems, and tackle online threats. The center would also focus on war-game offensive skills and capabilities.