Intelligence in the cybersphere


We are all potential 007s in our interconnected cyberworld, but institutions should lead the fight against cyberattacks. The European cybernetic agency may be the answer.

In the collective imagination, the term “espionage” identifies an activity that dates back to the dawn of time, encompassing a whole range of professional skills, tools, gimmicks, methods, behaviour and psychological manipulations of various kinds. During the Cold War, intelligence operations resulted in intrigue, murder, the acquisition of secrets, double agents, the exchanging of spies and an unstoppable development of a variety of different technologies.

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