The cyber attacks that hit Estonia this spring grabbed the attention of the world's politicians and defense strategists, pushing cyber security to the top of the global political agenda. Even before the attacks occurred, however, Estonia had been developing NATO's Center of Excellence in Cooperative Cyber Defense, whose purpose is to strengthen the alliance's cyber defense capabilities. The Baltic Times spoke to the project's director, Captain Raul Rikk, about the center itself and about the new realities of cyber warfare and politics.
The name NATO Center of Excellence for Cooperative C...
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