Tech, How Russian Threats İn The 2000S Turned Estonia İnto The Go-To Expert On Cyber Defense - Cnn

Tech, How Russian Threats İn The 2000S Turned Estonia İnto The Go-To Expert On Cyber Defense - Cnn

How Russian threats turned this country into the go-to expert on cyber defense

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6/18/2021 12:18:00 PM

When people like the German Chancellor Angela Merkel or the King of Belgium want to learn more about cybersecurity, they go to Estonia.

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Opinion | Threats Rise, U.S. Defense FallsFrom WSJopinion: The choice America is facing is whether to defend itself adequately or pretend to do so while shrinking defense to fund the social-welfare state, writes The Editorial Board opinion More than enough is spent on defense. You have to help those at the bottom not just cater to the wealthy. Your take is way off. opinion Good lord. How much is enough? opinion $715B is plenty

Ransomware highlights the challenges and subtleties of cybersecurityThe idea that the best—perhaps the only—form of defence is something which looks like a cyber-attack points to ever-more intense competition over computer networks wow wow Good for democracy and tech development. Cyberattack vs cyberattack will foster peace quietly without bombs and guns and angry murders and physical violence. That is why I don't stop or block it. And neither did I offer suggestions to NSAGov/CIA and mfa_russia on what to do

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