From the Guardian: Last week the Nato-backed Co-operative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, based in the Estonian capital of Tallinn, held its inaugural annual conference, and the need and wisdom of creating an offensive strategy was centre stage. Nato’s hawks argue that unless you develop an active deterrence strategy and threaten your opponents with cybergeddon, then you are critically vulnerable. The doves argue that it is neither in Chinese nor Russian interests to turn the web into an arena of brinkmanship with the west (and almost all Nato cyber strategists agree that Russia and China pose the most serious military threat to the west in cyberspace).