By installing malware in thousands of Ukrainian routers,
Friday, May 25, 2018

By installing malware in thousands of Ukrainian routers,

By installing malware in thousands of Ukrainian routers, Russia is not looking at Saturday’s football match, but is pursuing a longer term strategy, Gen. Keith Alexander (ret.) said Thursday in Kyiv, responding to a question from UBN. Alexander who ran the United States Cyber Command from 2010-2014, said: “By impacting all the routers, Russia is not seeking a tactical fight that will impact Ukraine in 2019. It is putting in place the ability to control assets in the future, long term…What they are trying to do is much greater than what what they have tried to do in the past.” Russia’s cyber warfare strategy is to gain the ability to disrupt energy, water, transportation and food distribution systems, he said, speaking at a Cybersecurity panel sponsored by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation.

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