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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.
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