NATO Tests Cyber-Defense Firepower to Combat Internet TerrorBy
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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