Estonia to drill NATO’s future cyber-war defenders

[AFP] Almost a year after falling victim to a “cyber-war” blamed on Russian hackers, the Baltic state of Estonia is now piloting NATO’s efforts to ward off future online attacks on alliance members.After this week’s NATO’s summit in Romania, Estonia and seven other alliance partners will set up the “Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence” in Tallinn next month.The United States, Germany, Italy, Spain and Estonia’s fellow ex-communist NATO member states Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia will spearhead the project.

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