Cyber War Elements In The Ukrainian Conflict | Hosted by the Alperovitch Institute for Cybersecurity
In a special event hosted by the Alperovitch Institute, some of cyber security’s most distinguished speakers share their thoughts on the unfolding cyberwar in the midst of the Ukrainian conflict.
Aside from the DDoS attacks and website defacements, and a sense of heightened alert around the globe, there has so far been a lack of devastating attacks. Are the APTs on all sides keeping their powder dry, or is there something else going on?
With questions and contributions from Chris Krebs, JD Work, and John Scott Railton and moderated by Thomas Rid, listen to the thoughts and insights of speakers such as SentinelLabs’ Principal Threat researcher Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, Olga Belogolova (Meta/Georgetown University), Daniel Moore (Meta/King’s College London), Gabby Roncone (Mandiant/Georgetown University), Ben Read (Mandiant/Georgetown University), Robert Lee (Dragos), Lee Foster, and Dimitri Alperovitch (Silverado Policy Accelerator).
With thanks to Sean Ainsworth for recording this event.