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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'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.
We don't need no steenkeeng cyber attacks..
... when our government IT projects seem to crash and burn quite happily all by themselves.
"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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