The ongoing armed conflict in Ukraine continues to cause enormous suffering for the civilian population. The CyberPeace Institute welcomes the talks on Recovery and underscores that the socio-economic development of
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
Following Russia’s recent invasion of the territory of Ukraine, on 26 February 2022, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation announced the creation of a government-led volunteer cyber army. His call, unique
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