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[liberationtech] Is the Cyberwar beginning?
tabesin at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 01:38:19 PST 2013
Am 31.01.2013 09:33, schrieb Aaron Greenspan:
> I also generally don't like the word "cyberwar," as (thus far) it's
> generally been used by reporters who aren't really sure what they're
> talking about to scare people.
Quite a few regulatory actions are in the pipeline or in a process of
:: USA: Meet Presidential Policy Directive 20, the United States’ new
:: EU-Commissioner Neelie Kroes in Davos on her plans in Europe:
"Those initiatives will be complemented by actions stepping up the fight
against cybercrime, by initiatives aiming at strengthening the external
EU cyber security policy and exploring synergies between the civilian
and the military dimension."
and the meat:
'"the [Cybersecurity] Strategy will be accompanied by a proposal for a
*Directive on Network and Information Security (NIS) across the EU*, to
ensure the smooth functioning of the internal market. "
It is quite unusual for European level officials to stress a military
dimension. Apparently advanced NATO deliberations underway, synergies
with the European Union bodies sought.
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