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Russian government threat actors are effectively military assets. As such, they are currently extremely busy targeting organizations that can provide intelligence on NATO intentions/reactions, UN intentions/reactions, and regional players such as Romania, Georgia, Poland, etc. Because these operators are a finite resource, they likely will not be motivated to prioritize destructive cyberattacks against US/EU organizations and infrastructure. This would likely change if the US or EU commit ground troops or air support.
This piece is a sampling from our Live Executive Communications Briefing led by IANS Faculty member Jake Williams on Friday, February 25 at 9am EST. These briefings are held following significant security events to provide our clients with the latest news and guidance on major incidents.
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