The activists on the forefront of Ukraine’s cyberwar

In June of 2015, a small software and security programming outfit called received $473,738 in funding from the Canadian government “to deliver digital security training and software to human rights defenders and activists in Ukraine.”

In February, the fruits of its labor — a program called Deflect DDoS mitigation — was put to the test, right in the thick of the tense situation still unfolding in Eastern Ukraine, reports international online publication Vice News.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Cyberwar, International, News, Policy making
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