The story of NotPetya, seems to be the first time, we see what a cyber war looks like. In the summer of 2017 Ukraine suffered a serious and catastrophic cyber attack on their whole country. Hear how it went down, what got hit, and who was responsible.
Thanks to Andy Greenberg for his research and sharing this story. I urge you to get his book Sandworm because it’s a great story.
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