Why is it not Beneficial for Russia to Organize Cyber Operations, and why Should Programmers Reject Working for the Kremlin
January 9, 2020
Nowadays, governments, private entities and hacktivists are becoming more skilled and have gained more tools to expose those behind cyberattacks. When it comes to large-scale attacks, experts often identify Russia.
December 12, 2019
Cyberwars can become fully-fledged conflicts offline The world has become digital. Digitisation has affected not only office workers, students, and bureaucrats of all levels, but now also the military. After all, expressions like “cyber soldier”…
October 14, 2019
What is the difference between the Kremlin’s methods now as opposed to the past? How does Moscow use these methods against Ukraine and the West? See in the video, prepared for you by Promote Ukraine.
Here you can download Proceedings of the conference: Behind the digital curtain
‘The Surkov Leaks’ is the set of e-mails from Kremlin officials from 2014 onwards, including Vladislav Surkov, ‘so called President Vladimir Putin’s ‘Rasputin’, involved in the Eastern Ukraine conflict, and in the political and economic management of two self-proclaimed republics in Donetsk and Luhansk.
June 25, 2019
Barandiy Marta “Behind the digital curtain: A look inside the Russian Information War against the West” – DOI 10.34054/bdc001 in: Conference proceeding “Behind the Digital Curtain. Civil Society vs. State Sponsored Cyber Attacks”, Brussels – 25/06/2019 – DOI 10.34054/bdc000
Bulda Oksana «Legal asymmetry»in the context of liability of the state and state sponsored cyber-attacks actors. Opinion – DOI 10.34054/bdc003 in: Conference proceeding “Behind the Digital Curtain. Civil Society vs. State Sponsored Cyber Attacks”, Brussels – 25/06/2019 – DOI 10.34054/bdc000…
In the past 10 years most of the countries within the orbit of Russian political interests, suffered some sort of Russian meddling. Experts say, that modern tools and methods do not differ much from those used at the time of the Cold War. The only thing that makes a difference in this new type of warfare – are the cyber soldiers or hackers which operate on all the fronts of the confrontation.
Ukraine is considered to be a testing ground for cyberattacks from Russia. Can we say that the last six months before the elections, this cyber-activity has been intensified, and can we say that Ukraine is indeed a test ground and these tests will then be applied in Europe?
May 3, 2019
The Kremlin’s cyber army has become a formidable threat around the globe, with cyber attacks targeting not only states but many private companies. The cyberspace is still pretty much a free-for-all, with no mechanisms to hold states accountable for malicious attacks.
January 17, 2017
Emotions and ideas can easily be spread through social networks, unite people and create an “online crowd.” Those inside the crowd then behave the same way as in a real crowd, with all the ensuing…