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NATO countries planning more "muscular" cyber warfare rules


Several NATO allies are currently in the process of designing new cyber security mechanisms to fight state-sponsored computer criminals.

According to a report by Reuters,a group of key NATO countries are preparing to take a more "muscular response" to the rise of state-sponsored cyber crime.

They're reportedly ready to generate their own cyber attacks to up the pressure on the IT infrastructure of enemy countries, the report claims.

TheUS, Britain, Germany, Norway, Spain, Denmark Netherlands are working on plans to delegate guides on how their militaries should use cyber attack weapons against enemies.

In the past, NATO has accused countries such as Russia, China and North Korea of trying to destabilise Western countries by hacking into state infrastructure. A new agreement could come into force by early 2019.

US Navy Commander Michael Widmann, from the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, said its members are increasingly investing in cyber warfare...(continued)

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