The three-day exercise, which has been organized by the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC), will involve representatives of the Lithuanian Armed Forces, the General Jonas Zemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania, the Core Center of State Telecommunications, and the Information Technology Service under the Ministry of Defense.
Exercise participants will train remotely from their workplaces using their real capabilities available. Each of them will be able to select the desired number of plots and his or her actions will be assessed by instructors but there will be no winners chosen.
In June, representatives of more than 100 organizations took part in a preparatory event ahead of the exercise.
According to the Defense Ministry, the same as the year before, the exercise scenario will cover several plots reflecting the most relevant types of cyberattacks recorded over the year.
This year, exercise participants will have to tackle websites, internal servers and remote workplace hackers and phishing. The NCSC also has several extra novelties for the training audience.