It is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to Le Monde.

“The technical support work of the US cyber military teams ... is worrying,” said Aymeric de Bonmaison, head of the French Armed Forces Cyber ​​Defense Command (ComCyber).

According to him, providing access to European information networks to the US military poses a threat to EU cyberspace and gives the US the opportunity to influence EU policy.

“The very fact that a state grants access to another state, even a friendly one, to its confidential data opens up the possibility for intelligence gathering, and therefore for espionage,” the report says.

Earlier, Reuters, citing some records on the network and the words of anonymous cybersecurity experts, reported that “Russian hackers” allegedly attacked three US nuclear research laboratories.

There were no official comments from laboratories or US departments.