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Accusations of Cyberattacks: the Facts to Keep in Mind

Alexey Lukatsky

One of a very few Russian authors’ analyses of the joint statement by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence accusing the Russian government of directing cyberattacks against U.S. political entities. PIR Center Advisory Board member Alexey Lukatsky offers to look at American accusations and Russian reaction, show the limits and possibilities of identification the initiator of cyber-attacks, evaluate the influence of domestic political struggle and global geopolitical confrontation on the feasibility of objective investigation.

Accusation of Cyberattacks: the Facts to Keep in Mind (full text)


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GLOBAL INTERNET GOVERNANCE AND CYBER SECURITY: AS VIEWED BY RUSSIAN EXPERTS. Collection of articles. PIR PRESS, TRIALOGUE 2017

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