From the tiny Baltic nation of Estonia, some 30 nations are participating in mock cyberwar exercises. While the annual NATO-led exercise may be fiction, the threat emanating from Russia is very real.
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Just across the border from Russia, a war is taking place in a former Soviet republic. We’re not talking about Ukraine here but Estonia. The war is in cyberspace, part of a NATO-led annual drill. And this year, the stakes couldn’t be higher. NPR cybersecurity correspondent Jenna McLaughlin sends us this report from the Estonian capital.
JENNA MCLAUGHLIN, BYLINE: Berylia and Crimsonia are at war. The two
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