Estonia urged Nato to develop a unified strategy against “cyber-terrorists” yesterday after suspected Russian hackers launched a third wave of attacks on leading government, banking and media websites this week.
The three-week cyber-offensive, which has been linked to a furious diplomatic row between Russia and Estonia, is believed to be the first time that a single state has come under concerted attack by hackers.
Some officials in Estonia, one of the most wired countries in the world, have suggested that the Russian government was behind the campaign.
I might ad that Romania also has several vulnerabilities and the NATO cyber-terrorism strategy should be an impotant matter for the local government.
They say that the Internet is the biggest library in the world. They should ad that it’s also the biggest puzzle 🙂