On February 24, 2022, Russian military forces invaded Ukraine, and Europe saw its first official war in decades. With full scale and continued attacks, this is every bit as tragic and disrupting as any previous war. In so many ways, however, this is different than the last time there was war in Europe, because of the digital connection. The prevalence of phones with cameras and networking capabilities have made it possible to continue to share reality with the rest of the world. On the flip side, many attempts have been made to invade Ukrainian cyberspace with digital attacks.
We invited 3 experts to talk with us about the different facets of the role of cyber in war in 2022. We’ll be publishing those episodes in the coming weeks:
- Jeffrey Carr: The world’s first cyber-kinetic hybrid war (August 17, 2022)
- Rafal Rohozinski: Bullets or Bytes – the future of warfare (August 24, 2022)
- Chuck Brooks: Global security lessons from the Ukraine war (August 31, 2022)
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