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Ukraine’s Lonely Cyberwarrior vs. Russia

Ukraine’s Lonely Cyberwarrior vs. Russia | Information wars | Scoop.it
He hacks Russian ministries and CCTV cameras in rebel areas, but Eugene Dokunin and his team are up against a horde of Russian trolls.
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Russie - Communauté euro-atlantique: quelles relations?

Russie - Communauté euro-atlantique: quelles relations? | Information wars | Scoop.it
Géopolitique et géostratégie des relations Russie - Communauté euro-atlantique. Alors que les rencontres diplomatiques au plus haut niveau se (...)
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If U.S. Arms Ukraine, Russia Could Arm Iran | News

If U.S. Arms Ukraine, Russia Could Arm Iran | News | Information wars | Scoop.it

UkrArming Ukraine could cause Russia to retaliate and start causing problems for the West even outside Ukraine's borders, writes columnist Josh Cohen.

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Why Russia Hacks

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Conventional wisdom holds that Russia hacks primarily for financial gain. But equally credible is the belief that the Russians engage in cyberwarfare to further their geopolitical ambitions.
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War Games in Cyberspace: NATO's Cyber Defense Exercises Coincide with "Anonymous" Cyber Attacks against Ukraine

War Games in Cyberspace: NATO's Cyber Defense Exercises Coincide with "Anonymous" Cyber Attacks against Ukraine | Information wars | Scoop.it
Barely acknowledged by the mainstream media, NATO launched in late November its largest-ever cyber defense exercises  "Cyber Coalition 2013"   to test the Alliance ability to defend its networks fr...
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luiy's curator insight, December 30, 2013 9:01 AM

Barely acknowledged by the mainstream media, NATO launched in late November its largest-ever cyber defense exercises  “Cyber Coalition 2013″  to test the Alliance ability to defend its networks from attacks.

The exercises involved some 500 experts – more than 100 participants from the NATO Cyber Defense Center for Excellence and over 300 cyber defense experts from 32 states-members and partners of the Alliance, who worked remotely.


Cyber Coalition 2013 continued the line of NATO exercises Steadfast Jazz 2013, which were held in Poland and the Baltic states in the beginning of November.