Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

20 February 2018
After Florida School Shooting, Russian 'Bot' Army Pounced: One hour after news of the Parkland school massacre news broke, Twitter accounts suspected of having links to Russia released hundreds of posts taking up the gun control debate
[email protected]: "We shouldn't tolerate the fact that anybody comes into our system and interferes with our election."
22 hour ago
Kremlin says charges over U.S. election tampering prove nothing
1 day ago
South Korean official in charge of devising measures against cryptocurrency speculation is found dead at his home in what is being described as a natural death.
[email protected]: "Over 100 million people viewed Russian propaganda in the last election."
Did the Russian disinformation campaign affect the outcome of the 2016 election? @ChrisCoons: "It's hard to say that this didn't affect the outcome. It was an exceptionally close election."
Trump national security adviser says FBI indictments show Russian meddling in US election is beyond dispute
McMaster blasts Russia's "campaign of political subversion" in the United States. Says we will talk to Russia about cyber security when they cut it out. #MSC2018
McMaster when asked by a Russian delegate about cyber security. "I'm surprised to see any Russian cyber security experts here since you're all so preoccupied" in attacking us. #msc2018
After U.S. indictments of Russians over alleged election interference, House intel panel Chairman Nunes says 'Putin government presents a pressing threat to American interests'
"The Russians engaged in a sinister and systematic attack on our political system," House Speaker Paul Ryan says in response to special counsel indictment. "We need to follow the facts and work to protect the integrity of future elections."
Rod Rosenstein: "There is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election."
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says U.S. election meddling allegations are absurd
Federal grand jury working with special counsel returns indictment "against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities accused of violating U.S. criminal laws in order to interfere with U.S. elections and political processes."
The FBI has indicted thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian entities for interfering with U.S. elections.
Belgian court orders Facebook to stop tracking Internet surfers in Belgium
Moscow denies US accusations of involvement in a new cyber attack
India is investigating a $1.77bn fraud case at the state-run Punjab National Bank, according to government officials
Statement from @WhiteHouse Press Secretary: In June 2017, the Russian military launched the most destructive and costly cyber-attack in history.
Australian Government attribution of the 'NotPetya' cyber incident to Russia
White House statement on Russian cyberattack: "In June 2017, the Russian military launched the most destructive and costly cyber-attack in history." This was "a reckless and indiscriminate cyber-attack that will be met with international consequences."
Russian foreign ministry says Moscow has tangible evidence that Western countries have tried to interfere in Russian presidential election
The Kremlin denies an accusation by Britain that the Russian military were behind last year's "NotPetya" cyber-attack that started in Ukraine and Russia before spreading globally
EU tells Facebook, Google and Twitter to 'do more' for users
Trump-Russia probe muddies House hearing on U.S. threat assessment: sources
[email protected] may have deleted two posts related to @navalny's Deripaska/Prikhodko investigation despite his plea not to do so
Russian authorities banned Navalny website
The UK Government judges that the Russian Government, specifically the Russian military, was responsible for the destructive NotPetya cyber-attack of June 2017. The attack showed a continued disregard for Ukrainian sovereignty
Kremlin calls accusations against Russia of involvement in NotPetya virus Russophobia
U.K. blames Russia for cyber attack, says won't tolerate disruption