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Seven NATO allies were set to sign a deal Wednesday to create a research center to boost the alliance's defenses against cyber attacks, which are seen as a growing threat to military and civilian computer networks.
The center is based in Estonia, which was exposed to an unprecedented wave of cyber attacks last year that crippled government and corporate computer networks following a dispute with Russia over the relocation of a Soviet war memorial.