Estonia helps build Ukrainian military cyber facility

A new military cyber facility has been constructed in Ukraine with the help of the Estonian government. The project was a joint effort between CybExer Technologies and the e-Governance Academy (eGA) as a part of the European Union assistance to Ukraine.

The consortium has reportedly collaborated closely with the Ukrainian military for more than eight months to help strengthen its cybersecurity capabilities. The new facility, according to eGA official, Hannes Astok, ‘will translate to enhanced digital skills of military professionals and contribute to building cyber resilience of Ukraine’.