Checking for Sara Connorski
Artificial intelligence has become one of Ukraine's most "effective tools" in identifying potential saboteurs amid the ongoing war with Russia, according to the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Still coding when half your team have to dodge artillery and shoot Russians
Ukraine’s IT sector did better than last year despite Russia’s invasion of the country.
US ratchets up pressure to send Kaspersky to the Duat
Already in trouble with the Russian government for shifting some operations to Switzerland, Kaspersky Lab now faces a fresh national security probe from the US government which is bound to be painful.
Cut off Russian vodka supply
Ukrainian hacktivists have disrupted alcohol shipments in Russia after committing distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against a critical online portal.
Targeting electrical transmission site with a five year old worm
More than half a decade has passed since the notorious Russian hackers known as Sandworm targeted an electrical transmission station north of Kyiv a week before Christmas in 2016, using a unique, automated piece of code to interact directly with the station's circuit breakers and turn off the lights to a fraction of Ukraine's capital.
A powerful lobby group
Staff working for big tech companies are providing their management with a powerful motivation to do more to isolate Tsar Putin and his chronies and do more for Ukraine.
Soldiers with phones
The Washington Post reports Russian troops in Ukraine "have relied, with surprising frequency, on unsecured communication devices such as smartphones and push-to-talk radios."
Weaponised and bogged down
Open source and cloud technology might be collateral damage in the war between Russia and Ukraine.
Supplier of half the world’s chips
As we warned when Tsar Putin’s hoards rolled across the border, it looks like the chip shortage could get worse.