Ropes & Gray (LexBlog Russia)

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  • The Ukrainian Cybersecurity Spillover Problem

    Anxiety is running high as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, particularly in cybersecurity circles. The 2017 NotPetya attack was a Russian cyber-weapon fired at the Ukraine.  In 2017, NotPetya spread to FedEx, Maersk, Merck, and several other companies, and it would be naïve not to expect a spillover from the 2022 attack.  Indeed,...

  • Five Key Takeaways from President Biden’s Executive Order on Cybersecurity

    Following months of cyber-attacks from nation states, Present Biden issued an executive order that may usher in a new era of the federal government’s approach to cybersecurity. The Executive Order, which the White House has indicated was forthcoming for several weeks now, represents the Biden administration’s first step in taking decisive action to remedy systemic...

  • The Use of Facial Recognition Technology to Combat COVID-19

    The use of artificial intelligence and surveillance technology of various kinds is increasingly being used as a weapon in the fight against coronavirus around the world. Recent examples include the use of facial recognition software in Russia to enforce lockdown restrictions, while in France monitoring software has apparently been trialed with a view to using...

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