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War Games in Cyberspace: NATO's Cyber Defense Exercises Coincide with "Anonymous" Cyber Attacks against Ukraine

War Games in Cyberspace: NATO's Cyber Defense Exercises Coincide with "Anonymous" Cyber Attacks against Ukraine | Information wars | Scoop.it
Barely acknowledged by the mainstream media, NATO launched in late November its largest-ever cyber defense exercises  "Cyber Coalition 2013"   to test the Alliance ability to defend its networks fr...
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luiy's curator insight, December 30, 2013 9:01 AM

Barely acknowledged by the mainstream media, NATO launched in late November its largest-ever cyber defense exercises  “Cyber Coalition 2013″  to test the Alliance ability to defend its networks from attacks.

The exercises involved some 500 experts – more than 100 participants from the NATO Cyber Defense Center for Excellence and over 300 cyber defense experts from 32 states-members and partners of the Alliance, who worked remotely.


Cyber Coalition 2013 continued the line of NATO exercises Steadfast Jazz 2013, which were held in Poland and the Baltic states in the beginning of November.


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Rules of cyberwar set out for first time in Nato manual - Telegraph

Rules of cyberwar set out for first time in Nato manual  - Telegraph | Information wars | Scoop.it
A Nato handbook laying down the rules of cyber warfare has said governments should refrain from attacking hospitals and nuclear plants.
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The handbook, the result of three years collaboration between international experts for Nato's Co-operative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, defines a cyber attack as one that is “reasonably expected to cause injury or death to persons or damage or destruction to objects.”

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