A new center of German cyberdefense has opened here, tasked with speeding responses to Internet-based attacks on sensitive domestic targets and guarding a national digital economy pegged at €100 billion ($143 billion). The agency confronts an ever-rising tide of sophisticated cyberattacks from activists, criminals and perhaps even state-sponsored industrial spies and military actors within Europe and around the world, German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said in opening the ...

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