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After a several-month military buildup on Ukraine’s borders, on 24 February 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent Russian troops into Ukraine.1 This offensive also has a cyber component that could potentially affect parties in multiple locations, including Ukraine, NATO countries, and their allies, according to US and UK government assessments.

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Global incident report update: Russia Ukraine Crisis

June 10, 2022
Updates include: a hack-and-leak operation targeting UK; disruptive operations against Italy, Costa Rica and others; “escalate to de-escalate” cyber threat incidents; the evolving relationships between hackers and intelligence agencies in Russia.

Global incident report update: Russia Ukraine Crisis

May 27, 2022
Updates include: Russian-aligned hacktivists’ and ransomware operators’ threats against countries; Conti developments; attacks associated with information operations; and a new Russian cybersecurity decree.

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1 https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/23/world/europe/putin-announces-a-military-operation-in-ukraine-as-the-un-security-council-pleads-with-him-to-pull-back.html

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