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Germany boosts cyberattack defence amid Ukraine invasion: minister

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Germany is boosting its defence to ward off any possible surges in cyberattacks amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Interior Minister Nancy Faeser said Thursday.

“The security authorities have ramped up protective measures to ward off any cyberattacks, as well as heightened the awareness of relevant agencies,” she said in a statement.

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