The world’s first full-scale cyber war is underway, but it is by no means the last. On the contrary: all subsequent conflicts will have a powerful cyber component. Cyber security will be as important to survival as a strong military. Limiting russia’s access to modern technologies should be considered one of the priorities of international security. 
According to the State Service of Special Communication, with On February 24, there were 825 attacks on websites in Ukraine. The intensity of attacks remains high throughout the war — for example, 548 attempts to hack resources were made in the II quarter. 
The State Service of Special Communication notes that attackers do not use hacking methods that are difficult to trace. And about 60-70% of attempted interventions were simple phishing mailings.
NATO and the G7 countries are helping Ukraine repel hacker attacks. In the future, Ukraine plans to strengthen integration processes with the United Center for Advanced Cyber Defense Technologies of the North Atlantic Alliance, exchanging experience and jointly training specialists.
The Government of Ukraine provided UAH 1.2 billion for software updates and other measures to create a safe cyberspace.
In June 2022, the SBU warned and neutralized more than 140 cyber incidents and cyber attacks. 
Strengthening of Cyber Security of Ukraine
russia’s Position in Cyberspace
Spreading Fakes/Replacing information:
More than 800 russian online resources were attacked by the IT army of Ukraine in the period from June 27 to July 10. :
The russian website of the IKEA company was hacked. 
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