July 13, 2017

Building a cyber ROTC

By Michèle Flournoy and Amy Schafer

In the past week, crippling cyberattacks have been directed at Ukraine — targeting banks, the postal service, the airport in Kiev, and other major industries, disrupting the day-to-day lives of Ukrainians already embroiled in a three-year-long conflict with Russia. The United States has faced similar targeting, with phishing attacks against nuclear power plants and other key infrastructure attributed to Russia.

Read the full piece on The Boston Globe.

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