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Georgia Creating Anti-cyber Terrorism Service

The Georgian State Security Ministry is setting up a special-task service to crack down on cyber terrorism. The ministry’s chief, Valery Khaburdzania, told Interfax that this problem is not acute in Georgia at the point. However, cyber terrorism may deliver a serious blow to the state, with the advance of communications technologies. He said that young people, “who used to be highly-professional hackers,” are now working on an internal computer network for the ministry. Georgian aviation computer programs are now in danger of being “cracked.” Full Story

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