Best Infosec-Related Long Reads of the Week, 12/17/22
How Russia's cyber operations in Ukraine failed to meet expectations, Telehealth organizations are sharing users' sensitive data with Big Tech companies, A forgotten chapter in tech crime history
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Cyber Operations in Ukraine: Russia’s Unmet Expectations
Gavin Wilde has this in-depth examination for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that explores the “unique and oft-overlooked facets” of Moscow’s conceptualization of cyber as a domain to assess Russia’s performance in cyberspace in Ukraine which failed to meet expectations.
By practicing strategic empathy for Moscow’s historical views of the information space and the contest within it—particularly in the context of conventional armed conflict—analysts can avoid the false mirroring and faulty signaling that tends to plague discussions about …
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