Ukraine, main victim of cyberattacks, learns to defend itself

A notorious attack with the Petya ransomware hit Ukraine in June 2017, affecting 12,500 computers around the country, including ones in government institutions. The computer virus then started to spread across the globe, paralyzing large businesses worldwide.

Thus, Ukraine received the unfortunate distinction of being the victim of what is now called the most devastating cyberattack in modern history.

But now the country has expertise to protect itself better from all future cyberattacks, according to experts speaking on Jan. 23 on one of the panels of Ukraine House Davos.

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Topics: Analysis & opinion, Cybersecurity, Events & contests, International
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