Michigan Army National Guard/Spc. Alan Prince
Electronic warfare is a growing threat to forces in Europe.
NATO forces there have taken steps to ward off hacks of their personnel devices, and Russian troops have practiced mitigating electronic attacks on their networks.
NATO has already said that a cyberattack on one member could trigger a collective response.
NATO has beefed up its presence in Eastern Europe over the past two years in response to Russia’s incursion in Ukraine.
Multinational battle groups have been deployed to Poland and the Baltic states, and recent NATO exercises have focused on mobility and interoperability — two facets that would be essential to any coordinated military effort.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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