EU proposes cyber defence plan as concerns about Russia mount

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Reuters UK

By John Chalmers BRUSSELS (Reuters) -The European Commission proposed on Thursday two action plans to address the deteriorating security situation following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to bolster cyber defence and to allow armed forces to move faster and better across borders. The EU executive said Russian cyber attacks on European Union countries and their partners were a “wake-up” call. More action was needed to protect citizens and armed forces, and cooperation with NATO should be stepped up, it said. “War is back to our borders and the Russia aggression against Ukraine is undermining peac…

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