TALLINN - Estonia is still a constant target for cyber attacks, and in the cyberspace the biggest threat to Estonia, the European Union, and NATO is Russia, it is written in the first annual report of the Estonian Information Board (EIB) introduced on Wednesday, March 9.
Quickly developing cyberspace provides multiple levels of threats to countries since the direct targets of attacks may include both individuals and states, it can be seen from the report drawn up by Estonia’s foreign intelligence service.
According to EIB, security threats arising from cybe...
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