War in Ukraine
Russia declared war against Ukraine on Feb. 24., 2022. Before, during and after the military campaign began, the CyberScoop staff has been tracking the cyber dimensions of the conflict.
Russia declared war against Ukraine on Feb. 24. Before, during and after the military campaign began, the CyberScoop staff has been tracking the cyber dimensions of the conflict.
The Ukraine war has inspired a defensive cyber effort that government officials and technology executives describe as unprecedented.
NoName057 used the software development platform to carry out DDoS attacks on targets in a variety of NATO nations.
The group’s first known activity in Ukraine after Russia’s invasion registered dormant domains in order to obscure their attacks.
The Russian hacking group Trident Ursa is mostly known for phishing campaigns targeting organizations in NATO states.
The agency’s cyber director, Rob Joyce, also said he’s worried that TikTok has the ability to conduct ‘large scale influence.’
White House official Anne Neuberger met with NATO officials in Rome to help craft plans to more rapidly respond to cyberthreats.
Researchers at Microsoft said a ransomware attack on transportation and logistics companies was the work of Russian military intelligence
Rob Joyce, head of the NSA Cybersecurity Directorate, said “what we know is often not sensitive, it is how we know it.”
The former CrowdStrike executive and co-founder of Silverado Policy Accelerator says Americans need to understand Taiwan’s strategic value.
The NAFO movement has become an important component of the information war playing out online between Russia and Ukraine.