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The government on Monday adopted a draft cybersecurity strategy for the next three years, naming China, Russia and North Korea as cyberattack threats for the first time.

The strategy, expected to be endorsed by the Cabinet soon, said the situation in cyberspace contains the “risk of rapidly developing into a critical situation” and that the three states are suspected of being involved in hostile cyber activities.

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