Global security lessons from the Ukraine war
Guest: Chuck Brooks
Ukraine has become ground zero for a new kind of war: a hybrid war that blends conventional warfare and cyberwarfare with tactics such propaganda, fake news, and even foreign electoral intervention. In doing so, both sides of the conflict now rely on a vast array of technologies in their defensive and offensive strategies with potential consequences for how conflicts may be waged or won in this new age. Join us as we talk to Presidential appointee, author and professor Chuck Brooks, a globally recognized though leader and one of the world’s top cybersecurity experts about the lessons of the Ukraine conflict and its impact on cybersecurity.
- Russian troops are proving that cell phones in war zones are a very bad idea
- Invisible Digital Front: Can Cyber Attacks Shape Battlefield Events?
- Shield’s Up Program
- 74% of ransomware revenue goes to Russia-linked hackers
- Russian Hackers Targeting Oil and Gas Companies
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