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Russia to test cyber-war defences

BBC News Monday, 11 February 2019 ()
Russia to test cyber-war defencesRussia is planning to briefly disconnect from the internet as part of planning against a future conflict.
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Russia is planning to disconnect its internet systems from the global network - as a test of its cyber-defences. This means that data from its own organisations and users would stay within Russia, rather than being distributed globally.

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