Did Russia Test Cyber Warfare Techniques By Knocking Out Power Grids In The Ukraine?

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There’s a running joke in the cybersecurity industry that squirrels pose a greater threat to the power grid than hackers. But that’s changing. Russia has been able to shut off parts of the power grid to cause massive blackouts in Ukraine on two separate occasions. And the technology they’ve developed is highly sophisticated and adaptable, which…


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