Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Cyberspace Becomes Second Front in Russia’s Clash With NATO - Bloomberg Business

From a Russian cyberattack reality check

"Russian computer attacks have become more brazen and more destructive as the country grows increasingly at odds with the U.S. and European nations over military goals first in Ukraine and now Syria.
Along with reported computer breaches of a French TV network and the White House, a number of attacks now being attributed to Russian hackers and some not previously disclosed have riveted intelligence officials as relations with Russia have deteriorated. These targets include the Polish stock market, the U.S. House of Representatives, a German steel plant that suffered severe damage and The New York Times."
Cyberspace Becomes Second Front in Russia’s Clash With NATO - Bloomberg Business
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