Addressing the July 10 joint press conference in Kyiv with Pres Poroshenko, NATO Secretary Jens Stoltenberg said his organization will provide, among other things, the equipment to repulse cyber attacks, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“Cyber security is one of the important areas of our cooperation with Ukraine. We are in the process of providing the required equipment to Ukraine to enhance the cyber security of government institutions. The equipment will allow track the sources of cyber attacks,” the official said.
June 27, Ukraine was hit by a large-scale hacker attack that inflicted banks, state and commercial companies.
1,508 legal and physical entities complained that their computer systems were infiltrated and incapacitated by the Petya virus.