Russia to retaliate to cyber threats from the United States


Reacting to the news published the New York Times (NYT) about the intrusions into the Russian national infrastructure, the government officials of Russian Federation have released a press statement yesterday saying it knows on how to retaliate to such threats from adversaries and have successfully thwarted them till date.

Announcing the same through RIA and TASS News agencies the government sources working under the regime of President Vladimir Putin have suggested that the cyber attacks were being carried out by Pentagon keeping the US president Donald Trump under sheer ignorance.

Trump, however, reacted to the news published on Saturday in NYT by saying the article is baseless and the news resource was working towards bringing political instability in the region.

Kremlin released a press statement on Monday saying that the news report was completely true as cyber attacks from the US on National Infrastructure of Russia were escalating on a weekly note- all as a part of cyberwarfare triggering World War 3.

“We have managed to neutralize such actions and have enough potential to thwart them with severity”, says Konstantin Yurivich Noskov, the Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of Russia.

After the US Polls 2016, the relationships between Russia and the United States have strained a lot. And that’s because of the allegations on Moscow for hacking and interfering with the poll results of United States- eventually leading to the victory of the 45th US President Donald Trump.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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