Glimstedt has advised Estonian-based Guardtime on its contract to design the next generation NATO cyber range defensive platform with the Estonian Ministry of Defense.
Guardtime, which Glimstedt describes as "the world’s leading blockchain company," has been awarded a contract by the Estonian Ministry of Defense, under the auspices of NATO, to design a next generation system for the NATO cyber range defensive platform.
Glimstedt describes the cyber range as "a unique platform for cyber defense training exercises, training, and testing related activities," and reports that "the aim of the system is to provide NATO range users with secure and timely preparations, options, and collaboration." Martin Ruubel, President of Guardtime Estonia, commented that when designing and building the defense-focused exercise ranges, "Guardtime always aims at the principle: we train as we fight."
The Glimstedt team was led by Partner Priit Latt and included Senior Associate Triin Siil and Associate Mari-Liis Orav.