The US and its NATO allies endorsed a new cybersecurity defense policy during President Biden's visit this week with member states in Brussels, according to the official summit communique. NATO members agreed that the organization's Article 5 provision which states that an attack on one member nation is an attack on all could now be applied to cyber threats. But NATO would make any decisions to invoke Article 5 in response to a cyber incident on a "case-by-case basis," the communique notes. A
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