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Cyber threats at the G20 (why they don’t pose much of a risk)

Cyber threats at the G20?

Robbie Fordyce and Thomas Apperley write that: ‘The G20 Leader’s Summit is in many ways a company retreat, and is about as hackable as a dinner party. Because of this, the G20 holds no particular special resources or secrets that people might steal or disrupt. What is at stake, and what hacking may contribute to, is the war of political credibility which will play out at the end of this week’. (The Conversation, 12.11.14)

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