Posted by: Greg Ness | February 12, 2018

Cybersecurity: What Happens in Ukraine Doesn’t Stay in Ukraine

Second Panel on Ukraine’s Cyber War held at GWU

==> UPDATE Feb 15 2018: See HR1997.

===> Feb 15 2018 White House blasts Russia for cyber attack on Ukraine.

====> Feb 16 2018: DefenseOne coverage of Ukraine cyber war.

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Last fall we discussed how digital societies are more vulnerable to cyber mayhem and cited the recent Future in Review panel on Ukraine’s cyber war. Last week (Feb 7) a follow-on panel was held at George Washington University: The U.S.-Ukraine Cybersecurity Partnership. It is well worth watching.

Opening remarks from Frank Cilluffo, Director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, and Dr. Leo M. Chalupa, Vice President for Research at George Washington University, highlighted that whatever threats Ukraine faces will eventually be seen globally. 

For additional background you can watch the entire Future in Review 2017 panel here. It covers the cyber conflict in Ukraine and implications for the modern digital society. The GWU Conference takes things a step further with a deeper technological discussion with implications for the future.

 

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