Geneva, Switzerland, 16 June 2022 – A new publicly available resource, the ‘Cyber Attacks in Times of Conflict Platform #Ukraine’, provides insights on how cyberattacks and operations, since the invasion
Ukraine: Harm from cyberattacks and operations during an armed conflict 28 FebruaryComputer Weekly 03 MarchDeutsche Welle 09 MarchThe Guardian 20 MarchFinancial Times Ukraine cyber attacks seen spiking, but no destructive
At the CyberPeace Institute, our experience working with humanitarian non governmental organizations (NGOs) to build cyber capabilities to protect their operations, data and resources, shows that cyberattacks against the sector
CyberPeace Institute is committed to working with humanitarian NGOs to call for collective action against cyber threats and attacks. A cyberattack against computer servers hosting information of the International Committee of
By: Jeannie Cointre, Finance and Fundraising Manager, CyberPeace Institute. Art has a colossal impact on human beings, it goes beyond aesthetics. A study published in the Frontier in Human Neuroscience
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