All 28 NATO member states are likely to agree to the proposal during the Warsaw summit, to be held in the Polish capital on July 8-9, Major General Ludwig Leinhos announced at the Berlin Air Show this week, Reuters reports.
Leinhos, a former director at NATO Headquarters Consultation, Command and Control Staff, is known at home for heading the German military’s efforts to establish a cyber command of its own, similar to the one created in the United States.
Also in Berlin, Evert Dudok, a senior official at Airbus Group SE, one of Europe’s largest aerospace corporations, called for the introduction of global or trans-European standards for cyberspace.
The US acknowledged the notion of cyberspace being a new war dimension years ago, enacting the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) on June 23, 2009, to fulfill tasks related to cyber combat.
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