NATO members endorse new cyber defense policy

By Jaspreet Gill / June 15, 2021 at 11:57 AM
President Biden and leaders from the 30 nations that make up the North Atlantic Treaty Organization endorsed a new cyber defense policy Monday that calls for invoking its self-defense clause against cyberattacks from adversaries on a "case-by-case basis." Article 5 states that if a NATO allied nation is attacked, it would be considered a mutual act of violence against all other members who will take actions to respond. "We have agreed that we should change the conditions for threat actors...

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