16 May 2022

The Ukraine-Russia War’s Impact On The Supply Chain: Why MRO Optimization Is A Top Priority

If the Pandemic crippled the global supply chain, the war in Ukraine knocked it to its knees. The greatest supply chain challenge today is a prolonged Ukraine-Russia war. Beyond uncertainty, it creates barriers in the market, disrupting the movement of commodities like auto parts, oil, and grain. Moreover, this profound

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11 May 2022

Purdue cybersecurity experts coached guardians of Ukrainian critical infrastructure

Purdue University, a leading seat of cybersecurity expertise, may have helped cybersecurity personnel guarding power plants, the electrical grid and other critical infrastructure in Ukraine successfully fend off recent cyber attacks. CERIAS (the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security at Purdue) has provided programs in cybersecurity training,

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11 May 2022

Russian hackers ‘ramping up efforts’ after cyberattack shut down Ukraine internet connections, Musk warns

Russia carried out a cyberattack during the beginning of its invasion of Ukraine, cutting off from the internet thousands of modems throughout Europe, officials from the U.S., Great Britain, Canada, Estonia and the European Union announced Tuesday. SpaceX founder Elon Musk, whose Starlink satellites have helped ensure Ukrainians’ access to

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10 May 2022

Russian Crypto Users Face Another Blow, This Time From Coinbase

Weeks after, Binance (BNB) announced that it is limiting services for Russian nationals, Coinbase (COIN) has sent letters to certain Russian accounts to withdraw funds before it is too late. In the recent round of sanctions by the European Union on Russia, the EU has implemented a ban on deposits to

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10 May 2022

Russia’s RuTube knocked out for second day by Victory Day cyber attack

RuTube, Russia’s answer to YouTube, was crippled for a second day on Tuesday by a cyber attack whose timing it linked to this week’s anniversary celebrations of victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two. Usually packed with video content, RuTube’s site is currently black, with a short message reading: “Attention!

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10 May 2022

Russia downed satellite internet in Ukraine -Western officials

Russia was behind a massive cyberattack against a satellite internet network which took tens of thousands of modems offline at the onset of the Russia-Ukraine war, the United States, Britain, Canada, and the European Union said on Tuesday. The digital assault against Viasat’s (VSAT.O) KA-SAT network in late February took

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09 May 2022

Ukraine War Spurs U.S. to Ramp up Security Probe of Software Maker Kaspersky

The Biden administration ramped up a national security probe into Russia’s AO Kaspersky Lab antivirus software earlier this year amid heightened fears of Russian cyberattacks after Moscow invaded Ukraine, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The case was referred to the Commerce Department by the Department of Justice last

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05 May 2022

Here’s how Google is protecting Ukrainian infrastructure and people from state-sponsored cyber attacks

Cybersecurity researchers have been warning us that the war in Ukraine is driving an increase in cyberattacks. And according to Google’s threat analysis group, that’s what’s happened over the past few weeks, with government-backed actors from countries like Russia, North Korea, China, and Iran all reportedly targeting critical infrastructure with

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05 May 2022

How much has the semiconductor shortage cost?

In its first quarter results the company said Covid-19 lockdowns in Shanghai and Russia’s war in Ukraine were “further increasing supply chain risk and contributing to inflationary pressures”, exacerbating the shortage. Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel, said: “In the supply chain, lockdowns in Shanghai and the war in Ukraine have demonstrated

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04 May 2022

Crypto Cons: Scammers Make a Killing off War in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine is a global tragedy that has taken thousands of lives, with no end in sight. But for various groups of high-tech scammers, the grisly conflict has been a goldmine. With over $900 million raised by Ukraine and Ukrainian charities since Russia’s February 24 invasion began, fraudsters from

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