It's been reported that hackers have been able to target government systems across Europe via a floor in Adobe software. Whilst nothing was compromised details of the attacks have been circulated across NATO member states. Why? Because the attacks - dubbed 'Miniduke' - were so sophisticated that it's likely a nation state was behind them. China is even claiming that two of its most important military websites were attacked 140,000 times per month last year, the attacks originating from the United States.
With the growing threat of a nuclear strike from North Korea in recent weeks is cyber warfare already an active policy among western powers?
Lawyers Jonathan Armstrong and Eric Sinrod from Duane Morris LLP discuss their views in their latest Tech Law 10 transatlantic podcast.