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National habits and perspectives on waging war are not just apparent in terrestrial conflict. In cyberspace, national ways of cyberwar clearly exist. From the unusually aggressive style of Israeli responses to regional cyber threat activities to the consistent correlation between Communist Party interests and China-attributed cyber espionage, a host of examples show that diverse geopolitical […]

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In a recent report issued by the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine (SSSCIP) titled “Russia’s Cyber Tactics: Lessons Learned in 2022 — SSSCIP analytical report on the year of Russia’s full-scale cyberwar against Ukraine” readers obtained a 10,000-foot overview of what a hot cyberwar entails from the Ukrainian perspective. The […]

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The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine isn’t an abstract concern for SecurityScorecard CEO Aleksandr Yampolskiy but a deeply personal one since he grew up in Russia and rode the train to Ukraine each summer to visit his grandmother. Yampolskiy has since immigrated and is now a U.S. citizen, but his concern for the people […]

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