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Mandi Kogosowski

The heads of the NATO member states on Monday in Brussels. Photo: Jacques Witt/Pool ABACAPRESS.COM 

NATO increases efforts to eliminate cybercrime

At a summit held the day after that of the G7, it was decided to adopt a comprehensive new policy on the issue, and discussions were held regarding the invocation of NATO's Article 5, under which the alliance treats an attack on one member state as an attack on all  

The G-7 leaders meeting in Cornwall on Sunday. Photo: REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool

G7 leaders unite against Russian ransomware attacks 

In the joint statement issued at the end of the summit, the leaders of the seven wealthiest countries in the world demanded Russia to identify and disrupt ransomware criminal networks operating from within its borders, and hold those networks accountable for their actions

The prime minister of Italy, Mario Draghi. Photo: REUTERS/Remo Casilli

Italy establishes national cyber agency

PM Draghi warned that the level of Russian interference online "has become truly alarming", while the Minister of Innovation said that 95% of public administration servers do not have adequate protection

Screenshot from the conference. Clockwise from R to L: moderator Audrey Plonk, Head of the Digital Economy Policy Division of the OECD; Mathias Cormann, OECD Secretary General; Yigal Unna, Director General of the Israel National Cyber Directorate; and Haim Assaraf, Israel's ambassador to the OECD.     

Israel hosts OECD's annual cyber conference for first time 

The three-day online conference whose theme is "Local challenges, global solutions" started today. The secretary general of the organization said the vulnerability most exploited by cyberattackers is lack of cooperation