Rama calls for a global coalition against cybercrime in Davos
Cyber ??attacks in Albania were today the focus of discussions at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Prime Minister Edi Rama spoke of serious consequences if countries do not take measures now:
"If cybercrime were a state, it would be the third global economy after the US and China. In 2015 its estimated total potential was USD 3 trillion. In 2025 it is predicted to be 10.5 trillion. If we were to think in terms of a virus like Covid 19 that created so much chaos and required so much interaction and so much joint effort, let's imagine an exponential multitude of viruses, which mutate every day in such a way exponential, do not threaten our organism, but the organism we live in, our organizations, our countries, our systems, then the end may simply be an apocalypse.
I can't imagine how the world, the institutional world, the organized world, whether in the public or private sector can survive this without a very large coalition".
Rama informed the leaders of Davos that after the attack on our country it was proven that it was Iran. "Through a very thorough analysis that we did through Microsoft's counter-threat team and the FBI team concluded that it was absolutely clear that one country was behind this attack, specifically Iran. This is an attack that we attributed to Iran based on facts," he said.