Poland thinks Russia's threat, will give $550 million to create cyber troops
That was stated during the cybersecurity forum, Cybersec 2017, in Kraków, by the Minister of National Defense of Poland, Antoni Macierewicz, Ukrinform reported.
"We are aware of how significant Poland's responsibility is, given our key role on NATO's eastern flank.
"Therefore, the decision that we want to implement in the coming years is the creation of cyber troops of at least 1,000 military personnel capable of fighting in cyberspace," Macierewicz said.
He justified the need to create Polish cyber forces by noting, in particular, the threat from Russia.
"Our main enemy made information one of his most important weapons and every day tries to influence our thinking and actions according to his needs," Macierewicz stated. ■