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Ukraine hasn't won the cyber war with Russia yet.

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Daily update · October 6, 2022
 
 

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World Politics Review

An alert of a suspected Russian cyberattack on the website of Oschadbank, the state savings bank of Ukraine, is displayed on a mobile phone screen in Krakow, Poland, Feb. 15, 2022 (NurPhoto by Beata Zawrzel via AP Images). Many analysts expected Russia’s …

 
 
Insurance Business

“If you’re going to rely on government declarations, then you run a risk of it being subject to political motivation.” Lloyd’s set out in August that, from the end of March 2023, its managing agents will have to ensure that war exclusions are up to date …

 
 
24/7 Wall St

Amid the war in Ukraine following Russia’s invasion, cyber warfare has become one of the more closely watched developments by the international community. Late last month, Ukrainian military intelligence claimed Moscow was planning cyberattacks on its …

 
 
ERR

Col. Rosin has until now headed up the cyber warfare unit, but will take up his new post as Foreign Intelligence Service chief, if approved, on November 1. Defense Minister Hanno Pevkur (Reform), who proposed his candidacy, said Rosin is a strong candidate …

 
 
CEPA

When Russia invaded, Ukrainian soldiers not only beat its tanks. They defeated Russa’s cyber soldiers, too, two experts said on the final day of the CEPA Forum. At the beginning of the war, Russia managed to disable Ukraine’s satellite communications. But …

 
 
The Financial Times

 
 
Captive Insurance News

Specialty insurance firm Mosaic Insurance (Mosaic) has launched excess technology error and omissions (E&O) as a companion cover to cyber for companies in the technology sector. Tech E&O protects companies from risks associated with cyber exposure, …

 
 
Dark Reading

SECTOR 2022 -- Toronto — The first shots in the Russia-Ukraine cyberwar were fired virtually on Feb. 23, when destructive attacks were launched against organizations the day before Russian military troops moved into Ukraine. Microsoft was figuratively …

 
 
Kyiv Post

For the first time in known history, hackers from within Russia have begun a systemized effort to hack Russian government affiliated websites. Earlier today, Oct. 2, Kyiv Post was contacted by hackers who identified themselves as part of the National …

 
 
Grit Daily News

The Russia-Ukraine conflict has been the testing ground for a lot of modern tools that are emblematic of modern war. Russia did obviously take the route of sending in troops to take territory. Still, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes that could …

 
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