Russia Launched Cyberattacks to Interrupt Ukraine During Invasion

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken reported that Russia sent off cyber-attacks in late February along with commercial satellite correspondences organizations to upset Ukrainian order and control during Moscow’s attack on its neighbor.

Those activities had a far-reaching influence on other European nations, Blinken said in an explanation.

The United States and its partners and accomplices are setting up measures to protect against Russia’s activities, Blinken said. He said the United States has laid out new instruments to assist Ukraine with distinguishing digital dangers and recuperating from digital episodes.