Attack the network Operational Course ATNOC 21.1
Attack the Network Operational Course (ATNOC) 21.1 The C-IED COE conducted in its premises another iteration of the ATNOC in the period of 12-23 April 2021 with 21 students from 6 nations. Supported by external Subject Matter Experts from U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) and EUROPOL .
European Counter Terrorism Centre ECTC), the C-IED COE could also count again on the support of the ESP Joint Special Operations Component Command (JSOCC, MCOE) and Communications Division of NATO Rapid Deployable Corps (CommsDiv, NRDC, ESP). The ATNOC provides NATO Staff Officers/Senior Staff Assistants from C-IED/Intel/Ops/Plans or other Counter terrorism related disciplines, from tactical and operational level commands as well as personnel of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies with AtN related Situational Awareness. Emphasis concentrates on knowledge and skills to integrate and facilitate the comprehensive AtN approach across other HQ processes and disciplines (e.g. NATO OLPP, intelligence, targeting and exploitation processes) in order to recommend lethal and non-lethal ways to engage all networks (threat, neutral and friendly) and to assess on the engagement effects.