Estonia hosts NATO-led cyber war games, with one eye on Russia

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Professor Rain Ottis leads a Locked Shield Excercise at Hilton Tallinn Park. Nora Lorek for NPR

Nora Lorek for NPR

TALLINN, Estonia — Two months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the cyberwar that experts feared has yet to materialize. But in the tiny Baltic nation of Estonia, digital disaster is playing out nicely.

Over the last week, the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence hosted the 10th edition of one of the world’s largest annual interactive cybersecurity drills.

Over 2,000 participants from 32

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