Since the reported Russian hacking of the U.S. presidential elections, other countries have been on guard. Speaking on ABC Radio National, Carnegie’s Erik Brattberg explained that Sweden’s geographical proximity to Russia and its increasingly active partnership with NATO provides motive for the possibility of a cyber attack. Sweden has taken these threats seriously and have taken efforts to combat this interference, he said.
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