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Cyberwar in Ukraine – what has happened and what can we expect?

Watch recording of the discussion between Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll and F-Secure's Chief Research Officer Mikko Hyppönen. English subtitles to be added.
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In Ukraine, alongside the war in the physical realm, there is also war in the cyber world. But what does cyberwar mean? How does it affect Finnish society, and how can we protect ourselves from malicious cyber influence in Finland? 

You are welcome to join the live webcast from the Aalto University campus where our Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll will host and chat with Mikko Hyppönen, Research Director at F-Secure.

Link to video recording 

The recording is in Finnish. We will add subtitles in English as soon as possible.

Jarno Limnéll

Professor of Practice in Cyber Security at Aalto University, Docent, Head of Cyber Security at Innofactor Plc and member of the World Economic Forum's network of experts.

Mikko Hyppönen

Chief Research Officer, F-Secure. Internationally renowned and respected information security expert. 

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