NATO: Forget geopolitics. Cyber attacks are the new energy security threat

As renewable energy grows, there is also increasing vulnerability to cyber attacks, says NATO. The organization is encouraging strong investment in cyber security and better collaboration with the authorities.

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Energy security has long been tied up with geopolitics, but soon a new threat could overshadow geopolitical concerns, says Michael Rühle, head of energy security within NATO's Emerging Security Challenges Division, as well as his colleague Lukas Trakimavicius.

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