The Consequences of Inadequate Cyber Defence

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EUROMIL’s Danish member association, HKKF, published an article on the consequences of states having inadequate cyber defence structures in place. The article highlights the risks to national security as essential infrastructures within states are vulnerable to well executed cyber attacks where there is no adequate cyber defence structure in place. The increased dependence of armed forces on technology such as GPS, drones and digital communication leaves security structures open to attack and Denmark, along with other European countries, are slow to catch up with this digitalisation.

You can read the original article in Danish here.

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