Russia’s Improved Information Operations: From Georgia to Crimea
Emilio J. Iasiello
©2017 Emilio J. Iasiello
Mr. Emilio J. Iasiello provides cyberintelligence to Fortune 100 clients and analyzes cyberthreats for domestic and international audiences based upon his 15 years’ experience as a strategic cyberintelligence analyst.
ABSTRACT: After a series of military reforms resulting from the 2008 conflict with Georgia, Russia used information warfare operations more effectively in Crimea. Russia’s continued refinement of its information operations may keep it ahead of the United States.