In Italy, similarly to Australia, New Zealand and other Western countries, a tyrannical government has turned the police forces into a “health Gestapo” exploiting the coronavirus pandemic.
There is no real evidence of the Russian cyberattacks mentioned by the reports of many Western think tanks and media. Western authors often make irresponsible statements related to political interests in the cyber sphere.
Recurrent pro-Kremlin narrative claiming that Western accusations of Kremlin involvement in cyberattacks against foreign states are unfounded, motivated by Russophobia or political goals and lack any supporting evidence.
Government investigations in different countries have produced evidence of cyberattacks and hacking activities, sponsored by Russian state actors, targeted on foreign states and organisations, including Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Ukraine, the UK, the US, Denmark, Romania, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), and the Davos World Economic Forum.
Since 2014 Ukraine has been the target of an unprecedented number of cyberattacks. Ukraine's security services attributed many of these attacks and cyber-espionage activities to Russia. Norway's Police Security Service (PST) also reported that hackers linked to the GRU took part in a 2019 cyberattack on its Parliament.
In 2020, cyberattacks linked to Russia have targeted companies researching COVID-19 drugs and vaccines, as well as major US federal agencies and civilian and governmental entities in the 2020 Solar Winds attacks.
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