A cyberwar is already happening in Ukraine, Microsoft analysts say

Microsoft’s global ubiquity gives its cybersecurity experts a unique window into the Russian cyberwar against Ukraine. The software giant is involved in both monitoring and combatting attacks.


Everyone keeps asking when Russia is going to launch the cyberwar. It’s been more than three months since Putin invaded Ukraine, but the digital destruction that experts promised seems to be missing – or is it? Software giants like Microsoft might have the answer. NPR’s cybersecurity correspondent Jenna McLaughlin went to Seattle to find out.

JENNA MCLAUGHLIN, BYLINE: Tom Burt says there’s absolutely a cyberwar going on in Ukraine right now.


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