Dutch govt calls for international cyberdefence strategy

Monday 13 February 2017 | 11:24 CET | News
The Dutch government said it wants to work with other countries to develop an international cyber-strategy. This follows research by the Foreign Affairs ministry into the risks of cyberattacks and the possible impact on society. The government's earlier Cyber Security Picture Netherlands 2016 report flagged the growing use of digital tools in conflict situations, as a new form of hybrid warfare. In 2015, the Dutch organised the Global Conference on Cyber Space in The Hague, and the government wants to remain active in the area. International cooperation is a necessity. The government has

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