In a devastating cyber attack, Nato is the collective defense alone. It reminded the secretary-general of Nato, Jens), during a visit to the Canadian Ottawa. ‘Cyber-attacks can be just as devastating as military attacks’, thus).
The treaty organisation (nato) reinforced its security measures against cyber attacks. All member states should be able to do to defend it. “We have a team of two hundred cyberexperts, who are standing in the various Nato countries to help with the defense of the cyberspace’, said the Nato-boss yet.
In 2014 were Nato members agree that a cyber attack also can give rise to the collective defense system, as stipulated in the article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty. That article provides that an armed attack against one Nato member as an attack against all member states is considered to be. The member states should the attacked country to assist and can backfire.
The article is only once invoked, after the attacks of 11 september 2001 in the United States.