Adam Levin’s comments on the state of cybersecurity and the likelihood of Russian cyberattacks following the nation’s invasion of Ukraine were featured in a recent article on

“The Russian government has mostly turned a blind eye to major cybercrime syndicates operating within their borders for the last several years as long as they didn’t target Russian assets,” said Levin. “It’s unrealistic to assume that their stance, which has been enormously successful for them from a cyberespionage point of view, would change if every sanction were dropped and the Ukrainian government were unseated and replaced.”

Read the article here.