This segment is about a danger considered to be second right after terrorism, followed by, surveillance and espionage. While conventional warfare is stalemated, cyber-warfare cannot be verified because attacks are bounced from nation to nation.
"When Estonia was cyber-attacked in the spring of 2007 its economy was tied down for weeks. The attack was revenge when Estonia moved the statue of the Soviet unknown soldier from the city centre of Tallinn to a military cemetery outside. The country was paralyzed for weeks as a result."
"In August 2007 "Trojan horse" viruses had pillaged the computers of the German government, in particular, that of Chancellor Angela Merkel, as well as the ministries of Research, Economy and Foreign Affairs.
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