Baltic firms benefit from cyber security concerns

  • 2018-03-28
  • Linas Jegelevicius
When at the end of 2016 a group of schoolchildren from a Catholic school in the Kretinga district of western Lithuania planted some malware in their school e-diary they were bettering their marks for at least couple of months to come in an act of intrusion that most people treated at the time as little more than a joke. When this year an anonymous e- hooligan from Russia hacked a popular Lithuanian news website posting a fake story that the Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis had harassed a journalist and admitted to being gay, it was again a laughing matter to...
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