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The EU is pushing the development of a strategy to protect Europe from cyber-attacks and disruptions. The guidelines - which amount to a disaster recovery procedures for nations instead of individual corporate entities - are designed to cover incidences such as natural disasters, terrorist attacks, hackers, rupture of submarine …

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Happy

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'Recent cyber-attacks on Estonia and Georgia caused considerable disruption to the smooth running of government and business services...'

So we won't notice any change.

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Unhappy

We don't need no steenkeeng cyber attacks..

... when our government IT projects seem to crash and burn quite happily all by themselves.

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Anonymous Coward

@AC 12:15

"So we won't notice any change."

If the (mis)Government's systems suddenly went AWOL and they couldn't do any "work" I think we probably would notice...

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