False sense of security
Stuart Jubb explores the multifaceted challenge of addressing cybersecurity in critical national infrastructure and what the chief information security officer can do
The Russian invasion of Ukraine began in cyberspace. According to UK intelligence services, Russia was almost certainly responsible for an attack on a Ukrainian communications provider an hour before the invasion and cyber attacks have continued since. These attacks, and others going back as far as 2017, attributed to Russia by the CIA, have shut down airports, banks, government ministries and even radiation monitoring at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. They . . .