BETHESDA, MD — February 25, 2022 — With the situation fast evolving in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, SANS Institute (SANS) is working to continuously develop and share with our community valuable resources to help navigate the heightened cyber threat during this escalating crisis. The SANS Cyber Resource Center will be continually updated as more information become available.
Governments and intelligence agencies from around the world have warned that every organization is at risk from cyber threats from Russia. This warning comes in response to the escalation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which includes boots-on-the-ground tactics as well as cyber-attacks. Russian cyber operations have targeted Ukraine with destabilization efforts for years, by way of infrastructure attacks, influence operations, website defacement, and attacks on Ukrainian banks and military networks.
All organizations find themselves potential targets for cyber-attacks during these tumultuous times. The SANS Cyber Resource Center is available at sansurl.com/ukrainecybercrisis
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