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The White House official talks about Iran's cyber attacks on Albania: This is how we will protect our allies
Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Shtator 2022
A senior official of the National Security Council of the United States says that the immediate response with sanctions to cyberattacks against Albania was part of a strategy aimed at preventing future cyberattacks. White House Deputy Advisor for Cyber ??Technology and Development, Anne Neuberger, told VOA yesterday that this strategy includes expanding the coalition that holds those who carry out such attacks accountable and a swift response with consequences. . In an interview with VOA White House Correspondent Patsy Widaku?ara, Ms. Neuberger said that every NATO country must understand that it poses risks to all allies if it does not implement proper cybersecurity practices. "This is an area where policy is under development. It is a very new field. You have seen the NATO policy that one or several cyber attacks can rise to the level of an armed attack. Clearly, the threshold is very high for a cyber attack to be considered at that level. The work we are doing in NATO is focused, first, on the sustainability of cyber security. There will be a NATO conference on cyber defense in Rome that will focus on the standards NATO members have for their critical systems, creating a response capability to such incidents, so that if an ally is attacked , for there to be a NATO capability for countries to come together and practically provide support and as an alliance, use it to enforce international norms.