Oskars Magone, The Baltic Times
TALLINN - Security experts from around the world have gathered in Tallinn for a high-level conference on cyber security that called attention to the need for countries to invest more in protecting their internet space.
The conference, organized by the NATO-accredited Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, saw experts from nearly 40 countries discuss the latest issues in fending off both individual hackers and state-sponsored cyber attacks.
"We need to make our transnational computer-dependent critical infrastructure resilient, that is to say, if not impervious then at least maximally shielded from the dangers of an attack," Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves said in his opening speech at the event.
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Estonia hosts major cyber security conference