Prelude to Conflict: Danish Military Intelligence Service To Develop Hackers

In what can be viewed a positive indicator for a NATO-Russian conflict, the Danish Defence Intelligence Service (DDIS) is set to open a “hacker academy” to begin developing their first generation of state-sponsored computer network attack and defense specialists pooled from the Danish hacker community. Beginning in August, the DDIS will enroll hackers into the […]
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