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NATO considers a more aggressive cyber defense strategy

First came armies, then navies, air forces and now there are cyber-armies.
Seven members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are considering a more aggressive approach to tackling state-sponsored hacking. They say retaliation could even involve cyber-attacks. However, there could be some hidden pitfalls since it’s very difficult to prove the source of any attack.
Countries considering tougher responses to cyber attacks include the US, UK, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Spain and The Netherlands. “There’s a change in the [NATO] mindset to accept that computers, just like aircrafts and ships, have an offensive capability,” said Michael Widmann, US Navy commander.
In 2014, NATO recognised the need for collective self-defence in the cyber-sphere. In 2016, it recognised the online world is a battle ground-land, air, sea and the internet. Now in 2017, they are talking about offensive capabilities- offence and attacks-that have escalated quickly.
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