Distributed denial of service attacks. Destructive malware. Rampant attacks on critical infrastructure and private sector organizations. Throughout the Russo-Ukraine conflict, these types cyber-attacks (and more) have taken center stage. In fact, the first cyber events pre-dated the initial invasion by a full month. Now, over a year later, nation-state actors and private cyber-criminal gangs continue to leverage the ensuing chaos to ramp up attacks globally.
In this discussion, Nathan Sissom, Principal Threat Intelligence Lead for Fidelis Cybersecurity provides a deep look into and analysis of the prominent cyber events of the Russo-Ukrainian conflict. By attending, you will learn: :