Ahead of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Western intelligence agencies warned of potential cyberattacks which could spread elsewhere and cause “spillover” damage on global computer networks.
While there has been little evidence of spillover to date, the cyberwar in Ukraine rages on. The following is an overview of how the conflict has unfolded in cyberspace:
- EARLY DAYS
BEFORE THE INVASION
Read details via Reuters
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