By Euro Weekly News Media • 05 February 2015 • 15:39
SPAIN suffers the third most cyberattacks of any country in the world, behind the US and the UK.
Spanish Foreign Affairs minister, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, explained that last year more than 70,000 cyber incidents were reported by citizens, businesses and institutions.
The minister said that Spain is working to fight these attacks, which have been included in the National Security Strategy as one of the 12 most important threats for the country.
A National Cybersecurity Strategy and a National Cybersecurity Council have been in place since December 2013 to coordinate with ministerial departments.
On an international level, Garcia-Margallo mentioned that Spain is working with the United Nations Security Council.
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