NATO specialists will help Ukraine to protect itself from the consequences of massive cyber attack on corporate networks and public authorities, which occurred yesterday, June 27. This was reported by Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, during the press conference in Brussels, according to UNN.
"We are actively cooperating with Ukraine in this direction. We have already established trust fund for cybersecurity and NATO specialists will be helping Ukraine," he said.
Stoltenberg also added that the new world cyberattack requires NATO to enhance cyber security, and the alliance is working in this direction.
Earlier 112.International reported that the large-scale cyber attack hit dozens of companies and enterprises across Ukraine. The attacks began at about 11.30 a.m. on Tuesday. The provider disabled the websites of the National Police and Ministry of Internal Affairs due to cyber attack. The virus spread very quickly. It affected computers operating on Windows after restarting and coding itself.
In this regard, the National Security Council decided to strengthen the counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence measures in Kyiv and regions of Ukraine.
The criminal case on 'intervention to the operation of computers and computer networks' was initiated.