SolarWinds / verveindustrial.com
– In 2015 and 2016 executive orders no. 13694 and 13757 were released which imposed sanctions on individuals who conduct cyber-attacks (1) against critical infrastructure, (2) for financial or commercial gain, (3) severely disrupt computer operations or computer networks, or (4) interfere with US electoral processes.
Yevgeny Prigozhin / FBI wanted photo.
This article was prepared for publication by volunteers of the Lithuanian editorial board of the international intelligence community InformNapalm and first time published on Res Publica – Civic Resilience Center web page.
Cover photo – bankinfosecurity.com
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