Ukraine Hasn’t Won the Cyber War Against Russia Yet

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An alert of a suspected Russian cyberattack on the website of Oschadbank, the state savings bank of Ukraine, is displayed on a mobile phone screen in Krakow, Poland, Feb. 15, 2022 (NurPhoto by Beata Zawrzel via AP Images).

Many analysts expected Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to include a cyber Armageddon as part of the conflict. So when those expectations didn’t materialize, the initial surprise quickly turned into declarations that Ukraine had won the “cyber war.” But it’s still possible that Moscow will turn up the dial on its cyber operations.

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