ENSEC COE NEWS
ENSEC COE NEWS
Colgate University Political Science students form US visit the NATO ENSEC COE2020.01.31 As a part of their university’s Geneva Study Program, students spend one semester abroad studying international institutions and visit various governmental and nongovernmental institutions.
Delegation from Estonian Centre for Defence Investment and other representatives visited NATO ENSEC COE2020.01.30 A delegation consisting of representatives from the Estonian Centre for Defence Investment, Estonian Permanent Representation to NATO and Embassy of Estonia in Vilnius.
Delegation of diplomats representing various NATO countries visited Energy Security Centre of Excellence2020.01.24 The meeting was considered to be a successful practice of raising awareness of the Centre’s areas of expertise, among diplomats and international governmental institutions.
Energy Security Awareness Course delivered in Turkish PfP Training Center2019.12.20 The event has attracted 39 participants from 17 different countries.
NATO ENSEC COE presents a study report - ‘Energy Management in a Military Expeditionary Environment: an assessment of...2019.12.19 This report presents a research project focused on how to improve military energy management on deployed operations.
Cybersecurity Expert from the NATO ENSEC COE delivered a lecture in George C. Marshall Center for Security Studies2019.12.17 Lecture attracted over 100 participants representing over 20 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and island nations of the Pacific region.
Georgia reports massive cyber-attack ‘carried out by Russia’2020.02.21 Georgia, the US and the UK accuses Russia’s military intelligence service for a number of significant cyber-attacks against Georgia last year.
U.S. Government Issues Powerful Cyberattack Warning As Gas Pipeline Forced Into Two Day Shut Down2020.02.20 Interconnected and older systems in relation to pipeline transmission dependencies increases the risk of cyberattacks.
Putting a lid on Russia’s planet-heating methane emissions2020.02.19 Gas flaring and methane leaks causes serious environmental damage that goes beyond just the obvious greenhouse gas emissions.
How are oil and gas firms tackling the issue of methane emissions?2020.02.18 Modernizing pipelines and machinery, using new technologies and implementing new laws could in combination with willpower reduce methane emissions quickly.
Researchers claim solar efficiency breakthrough for flexible 'skin'2020.02.18 Existing solar options are concentrated to rooftops and fields of big solar farms. A new flexible lightweight technology that could bring the market to also small appliances, such as phones, is being develpoed.
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