Destructive malware is back in Ukraine. Will it usher in cyberconflict?

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Nadiya Kostyuk, as assistant professor in School of Public Policy, was quoted in the article, 'Destructive malware is back in Ukraine. Will it usher in cyberconflict?', published on January 21, 2022 in README.

The article discusses Ukraine and recent developments within the global cybersecurity community.

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Nadiya Kostyuk, assistant professor of cybersecurity policy at the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy, said that although Ukraine has a reputation for being a “testing ground” for sophisticated malware, the recent combination of web defacements and fake ransomware is unlikely to play a major role in the wider conflict, in part because such attacks are difficult to pin on Russia and are unlikely to cross any red lines.

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Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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