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Russian Cyberwarfare: Unpacking the Kremlin’s Capabilities

September 8, 2022 at 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Cybersecurity Democratic Resilience Regional Security Russia Russia
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Before Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the Kremlin, Russian security agencies, and their criminal networks used cyber operations to exploit vulnerabilities.

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By: Amelia Martin

Long before Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the Kremlin, Russian security agencies, and their criminal networks had been successfully using complex cyber operations to exploit systemic vulnerabilities both in the West and closer to home for their own gain. However, the absence of significant cyberattacks in Ukraine has raised questions about how well we really understand how Russia’s cyber forces are organized. How do we unpack the complex web of Russian actors? What steps can the West take to mitigate future cyberattacks?  

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Speakers: 

Irina Borogan, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis

Liisa Past, National Cyber Director, Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications

Andrei Soldatov, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis

Gavin Wilde, Senior Fellow, Technology and International Affairs, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Moderated by:

Ellen Nakashima, National Security Reporter, The Washington Post

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