19 Oct 2018
AP — European Union leaders have commissioned work on a new system for slapping sanctions on the perpetrators of cyberattacks, in the wake of the attack on the world chemical weapons watchdog.
EU Council President Donald Tusk said Thursday that the leaders want EU “ministers to work on a sanctions regime that will be specific to cyberattacks.”
Tusk said the system “should help to protect our citizens, companies and institutions from all kinds of cybersecurity threats.”
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