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Sci Tech    H3'ed 4/28/17

10 Years After the Landmark Attack on Estonia, Is the World Better Prepared for Cyber Threats?

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Cyber invasion: a continuous plague so far thriving.
Cyber invasion: a continuous plague so far thriving.
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A brief history of Russian cyber meddling--It all began with the relocation of a statue more valued by Russia than by Estonia, according to author Emily Tamkin.

"Ten years ago, [Russia] put everyone on notice that it was willing to behave badly in cyberspace,” said Jason Healey, a senior research scholar at Columbia University. (Moscow denies any role in the 2007 Estonia hack.)

Since then, Russia has melded cyber into broader strategies that combine hacks with information war, hybrid war, or old-fashioned conventional war in a bid to advance Moscow’s aims. And it hasn’t been shy about using them."

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