According to the publication, General Bonmaison said that the technical support operations that American cybersecurity specialists began to carry out in Europe in the last year are cause for concern.
According to him, his actions were “quite aggressive”.
The general noted that countries risk influencing their policies by giving the United States access to their networks.
“From a cybersecurity point of view… (this) opens up the possibility of intelligence gathering and therefore espionage,” writes Le Monde.
NATO’s large-scale cybersecurity exercises began in Tallinn at the end of November. About a thousand people from more than forty NATO countries and alliance partners participated in them.