Russia is on the verge of annexing Crimea without ever having fired a shot – at least in the real world.Below the surface of relative calm, the tug-of-war over Ukraine has seeped into the cyber realm in the form of attacks on the websites of government agencies, media publications and social networks.While these incursions have not reached the point of Russia's alleged cyber warfare in Estonia and Georgia last decade, the activity is the latest example of geopolitical conflicts increasingly playing out in cyberspace. As more and more people and businesses around the world rely on the Internet, these types of attacks are only likely to continue."Any current and future conflict will likely include a cyber component to it," said Frank Cilluffo, a former Bush administration adviser who is currently director of George Washington University's Homeland Security Policy Institute.The Russia-Ukraine conflict underscores how cyber attacks continue to be motivated by ideological, not just financia...
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