Microsoft boss warns terrorists and rogue states are WINNING the cyber wars against the West
- Microsoft’s president Brad Smith warned the internet has become a battlefield
- He said a ‘digital Geneva Convention’ is needed to prevent a global arms race
- Smith said cyber attacks had already caused real ‘human suffering’ worldwide
Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail
Cyberspace has become the new battlefield, a Microsoft boss warned last night.
Terrorists and rogue states are using it to mount devastating attacks on civilians, Brad Smith said.
He admitted tools created by technology firms were being turned into weapons – and called for a ‘digital Geneva Convention’ to prevent a global arms race.