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The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA) will provide the Montenegrin Ministry of Defense and the Army with free use of software owned by the Alliance, which is used to support logistics, navy, intelligence activities, monitoring and planning operations and tactical communications, Pobjeda writes.
This is stated in the Government Information on the conclusion of license agreements between the NCIA and the Ministry of Defense of Montenegro with draft agreements.
The government document states that the first draft of the license agreement regarding the distribution of NATO software includes a list of 30 software intended for “support to logistics, navy, intelligence activities, monitoring and planning of operations, tactical communications and more.”
The second license agreement proposal refers to new software solutions, which, as stated in the document, will replace the existing ones from the list of software in the previously mentioned agreement, and which have reached the end of their life cycle and will no longer be supported by NCIA.
The document explains that the third draft of the license agreement, which approves the use of NATO-owned software, includes the possibility of using integrated command and control (IC) software and the Air Command and Control Information System (AirC2IS), which are important for the functioning Air Force Operations Center of the Army of Montenegro and are directly connected to NATO systems through a secure NATO communications network (NSWAN).
Montenegro, in order to be given the mentioned software, must meet the requirements of NATO, so it is forbidden to use the software on secret networks, such as Mission secret and National secret. It is also mandatory to use on hard disks based on hardware that uses full disk encryption.
Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.
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