Cyber Attacks During War and Peace: How the Threat Landscape Was Altered in 2022

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Andrew Kopcienski, Principal Intelligence Analyst, Mandiant

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The most intensive kinetic military conflict in modern history erupted when Russia invaded Ukraine in early 2022. That war developed in a myriad of unexpected ways that impacted nearly every aspect of the cyber threat landscape. Attackers were forced to find new, creative and uncommon techniques to evade detection and bypass security defenses, while also solving for rapidly shifting real-world priorities. The past year of adversary evolution has created a landscape filled with malicious actors who are conducting new attacks, in new ways, against new targets, for entirely new reasons. Now, organizations have to grapple with attacker techniques they never considered a major risk before – and defending against them requires new ways of approaching cyber defense. Join Andrew Kopcienski to discuss what’s changed, what hasn’t, and why it matters significantly to the protection of your organization moving forward.
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