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NATO #pressing #forward on #cyber #defense, official says

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NATO is working on a “special doctrine” for cyber operations and taking steps to help member states bolster their cyber defenses, an official said Monday.

Merle Maigre, who directs a NATO-affiliated cyber center headquartered in Tallin, Estonia, outlined the alliance’s multi-pronged efforts on cybersecurity during an appearance at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.

“NATO is currently on its way to come to a better understanding and develop its thinking [of] how cyber defense is better reflected in both policy planning and military planning,” Maigre said. “NATO is developing a special doctrine for cyber operations. NATO’s center in Tallinn is the custodian for the doctrine.”

The alliance is also looking to provide better training for member states in cybersecurity, she said, which the Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn is helping support.

Maigre added that the alliance is also focused on building “resilience” among member states so they can better protect their systems.

“Where NATO is currently going is helping the allies to build resilience, providing a framework for member states to have a better understanding of … their critical information protection, how these systems are being developed and who is responsible for that,” Maigre explained.

NATO has been increasingly focused on cybersecurity as threats have compounded in recent years. At the Warsaw summit last year, alliance members recognized cyberspace as a domain of operations. The alliance also recognizes cyber defense as a core part of its collective defense efforts.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has also said that a cyberattack could trigger the Article 5 principle of collective defense, which declares an attack on one ally is an attack on all.

Maigre was asked Monday what cyber incidents, in particular, could trigger Article 5. Maigre did not offer up a specific example, instead stressing, “there’s nothing automatic about Article 5.”

“Article 5 requires North Atlantic Council, be it at the level of ambassadors, ministers or head of states and governments, to gather and make a decision, and that applies also to any country bombing other country,” Maigre said.

“It needs to be a consensus-based decision,” she later added. “No one can be against it.”

Tanel Sepp, a cyber official at Estonia’s defense ministry, explained that an invocation of Article 5 would depend on the type of cyberattack. The principle has been invoked only one time, following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks against the United States.

“It is always and will always be a question of effects,” Sepp said. “What kind of attack are we talking about and what is impacted.”

The event in Washington reflected on a series of cyberattacks that hit Estonia in 2007 which authorities have pinned on Russia.

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China’s quantum breakthrough a step forward in space race to end hacking

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China’s quantum breakthrough a step forward in space race to end hacking

A record-breaking experiment by a Chinese satellite has taken the weird world of quantum physics to new heights and is likely to spur other nations, including Canada, in their efforts to develop an unhackable form of long-distance communication. “We have done something that was absolutely impossible using conventional approaches,” said…

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How to Let Your Friends Know You’re Ready to Move Forward

So, It’s finally here. After weeks and weeks of mulling over the end of your relationship, both inwardly and aloud to any of your friends or family who would listen, the support and advice being hurled at you from every direction has started to chafe. You find yourself irritated by everything and everyone that has an opinion. The words and actions you initially found solace in right after the breakup aren’t so endearing now. Read More….

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Super Eagles forward, Emenike, falls victim to hackers

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Super Eagles forward, Emenike, falls victim to hackers

Emmanuel Emenike, Super Eagles striker, is the latest celebrity victim of impersonation and hacking. The striker said on Wednesday that someone infiltrated his e-mail and attempted to carry out fraudulent acts with the account. Emenike, who plays professional football for Turkish side, Fernabache, said the hacker(s), while impersonating him, “asked banks to send them money”. […]

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Sandy Hook lawsuit against gun maker can move forward

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The families of the Sandy Hook shooting victims have won a small legal victory after a judge ruled their lawsuit against a gun maker could continue.
The suit argues that the semi-automatic rifle used in the school shooting is a military weapon and should not have been sold to civilians.
In December 2012, Adam Lanza killed 26 people with a Bushmaster XM15-E2S.
Remington Arms, the parent company of Bushmaster Firearms, sought to have the lawsuit dismissed.
The company argued that federal law protects gun manufactures from most lawsuits over the criminal use of their products.
Joshua Koskoff, a lawyer for the families, said an exception to the law applies to the case. Litigation is permitted if the company know or should know their products are likely to be used in a way that risks injury to others, he said.
However, Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis did not rule on that point, saying the debate on the federal shield law should be argued later in the legal process.
“We are thrilled that the gun companies’ motion to dismiss was denied,” Mr Koskoff told the Associated Press. “The families look forward to continuing their fight in court.”
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North Korea’s Large Rocket Engine Test: A Significant Step Forward for Pyongyang’s ICBM Program

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Summary North Korea’s April 9 test of a large liquid-fuel engine is a disturbing development that not only highlights the growing threat posed by Pyongyang but should also put to rest, once and for all, all claims that the North’s WMD programs are a hoax. In fact, the test demonstrated that North Korea has an […] North Korea’s Large Rocket Engine Test: A Significant Step Forward for Pyongyang’s ICBM Program is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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BBC Panorama child abuse show ‘could stop victims coming forward’ claims campaigner

A Panorama episode could ruin ongoing probes into ­historical child sex abuse by VIP perverts, a campaigner has warned.

Peter Saunders, founder of the National Association of People Abused in Childhood, says if victims’ stories are not handled sympathetically others will be less likely to speak out.

The hour-long show by the BBC – which was ­accused of botching its ­handling of the Jimmy Savile furore – screens this week. It will focus on how news about probes has come out and who has been driving it.

The episode – The VIP Paedophile Ring: What’s the Truth?

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Parlier girl shot in eye bravely steps forward: ‘I got this’

• Brianna Ramirez, 16, was caught in gang crossfire near her Parlier home Feb. 12 and shot in her right eye.

• A $9,000 reward is available for information leading to the arrest of the shooter in Brianna’s case.

• At a Thursday news conference, Brianna offered encouragement to others who are crime victims. “It gets easier, it really does.”

Surrounded by a circle of teammates on Thursday at Sanger High School, 16-year-old shooting victim Brianna Ramirez beamed a radiant smile.

“Strong — she’s strong,” softball coach Erica Pennington said after wiping away tears.

It had been three weeks to the day since Brianna had seen most of their faces.

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Rape Laws – Illinois Makes Major Moves Forward

In December, a Chicago area man was convicted of raping a woman in a hotel room following their date in 2009. If the crime had happened 20 or even 15 years ago, Jennifer Gonzalez, chief of the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Division for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office, doubts it would have ended in a conviction. Read More….

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