Securitate: Cyber – doc

Russia Prepares Destructive Cyberattacks – FP, 30.03.22
So far, Moscow’s forays in cyberspace have been as ineffective as its frontal assaults—but that could change. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter, and Mary Yang, an intern at Foreign Policy

Learning the Right Cybersecurity Lessons From Putin – FP, 24.03.22
Does Russia’s restraint in Ukraine so far confirm that the digital domain isn’t especially useful for warfighting? By Christopher Whyte, an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University

Why Insurance Companies Don’t Want to Pay Out for Cyberattacks – FP, 22.02.22
A recent legal decision distinguished between cyberwar and “real” war—in a way that could reshape the industry. By Tarah Wheeler, an information security researcher and social scientist, and a cybersecurity fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Josephine Wolff, an associate professor of cybersecurity policy at the Fletcher School at Tufts University

North Korea Knows How Important Its Cyberattacks Are – FP, 9.02.22
Pyongyang’s tradition of guerrilla warfare keeps its “all-purpose sword” sharp. By Benjamin R. Young, an assistant professor at the Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs

The Quixotic Quest to Tackle Global Cybercrime
Some countries want a global cybercrime treaty—they just can’t agree what “cybercrime” is. By Summer Walker, the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime’s New York representative and senior analyst covering international crime and criminal justice agendas

Make Russia Take Responsibility for Its Cybercriminals – FP, 9.11.21
The United States needs a new legal doctrine to handle state-tolerated attacks. By Michael John Williams, an associate professor of international affairs at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs


Trei companii de securitate cibernetică din Olanda trag un semnal de alarmă: Securitatea țării este în pericol din cauza atacurilor informatice – 6.08.21

The U.S.-China Data Fight Is Only Getting Started – FP, 22.07
Beijing is looking to build a unified legal and security system. By Samantha Hoffman, a senior analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s International Cyber Policy Centre

The Hacking War Is an Unequal Contest – FP, 22.07
U.S. companies are resisting public-private partnerships against cyber-hacking attacks facilitated by foreign governments. By Michael Hirsh

Tensiunile SUA-China urcă din nou. Americanii îi acuză pe chinezi că stau în spatele mai multor atacuri cibernetice, printre care și cel asupra Microsoft Exchange – 19.07

De ce rămân în umbră ”luptătorii cibernetici” americani în confruntările cu rușii, chinezii sau iranienii? – RFI, 26.05

Russia’s Hacking Success Shows How Vulnerable the Cloud Is – FP, 24.05
The cloud is everywhere. It’s critical to computing. And it’s under attack. By Bruce Schneier, a fellow and lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Trey Herr, the director of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.

Russian spy unit suspected of directed-energy attacks on U.S. personnel – Politico, 10.05

The Paris Call and Activating Global Cyber Norms -GMF, 17.03

While North Korean Missiles Sit in Storage, Their Hackers Go Rampant – FP, 16.03
Pyongyang’s hacker armies have shown a proficiency to finding vulnerabilities and exploiting them—and the world needs to be prepared. By Morten Soendergaard Larsen

A ‘Crazy Huge’ Hack – FP, 10.03
Who was behind the largest-ever cyberattack on the United States—and how can the next one be prevented? By Jonathan Tepperman

In the Middle East, War Is Going Digital – FP, 22.02
And that should scare everyone. By Roxane Farmanfarmaian, Jay Mens

Franţa: 1 miliard de euro pentru securitatea cibernetică – RFI, 19.02

The World Needs a Cyber-WHO to Counter Viruses in Cyberspace – FP, 24.01
A global body has helped poorer nations counter COVID-19, but less technologically advanced countries need a similar institution to protect against the coming plague of cyberattacks. By Yaron Rosen

Why The Latest Cyberattack Was Different – FP, 11.01
The epic SolarWinds hack affecting thousands of government agencies and companies could mark the beginning of the end of the open internet. By Robert Muggah

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