Canada and other NATO countries must do more to confront Russia in its use of cyber weapons. This was said by the Secretary General of the Alliance Jens Stoltenberg, reports CBC.
“It’s a growing threat and we must constantly adapt,” said Stoltenberg, noting that the digital threat can hurt any.
“To some extent, every country next to Russia, because cyberspace knows no borders, so we can say that Canada is a neighbor of Russia,” – confirmed the Minister of defence of Estonia jüri Luik.
NATO’s main priority is to protect its network and confrontation of misinformation, said Stoltenberg.
Earlier the defense Ministers of countries-members of NATO approved the decision to create a new structure – the centre of cyber operations.
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