Wednesday. September, 8th 2021, 5 pm CET

Headlines connecting Russia to the vague notion of ‘cyber’ have become daily bread for Western publics and decision makers alike. As part of Russia’s information confrontation, Russia uses the cyberspace for physical attacks on infrastructure as well as cognitive attacks such as disinformation. Russia’s center of gravity in the ‘information confrontation’ lies in peoples’ minds and perception of events, both domestically and internationally..


  • Jazlyn Melnychuk
    Jazlyn is co-author of the NATO StratCom report “Russia’s Strategy in Cyberspace” and works for the Canadian Department of National Defence.


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