NATO Tests Cyber-Defense Firepower to Combat Internet Terror

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  • Islamic State feared planning attacks with online element
  • Nations worry hackers are working for extremists, rogue states

Holed up in the Estonian city of Tartu, where the Soviet Union once housed a fleet of bombers, NATO officials are testing the alliance’s ability to defend against cyber-threats by rogue states and terrorists.

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