Russia and Ukraine are only the beginning of modern warfare being waged online

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Russia and Ukraine are showcasing the importance of cybersecurity

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shown that warfare increasingly won’t be just in person but also online. The U.S. needs to prepare for the future.

Shlomo Kramer

Opinion contributor

Is World War III just around the corner? It depends on what you imagine when you think about an all-out global conflagration. If the image that comes to mind is one out of a bad 1980s Hollywood movie – with Russian tanks charging down Broadway or American boys in uniform flying Old Glory on top of the Kremlin, you can probably relax. But if you know anything about the way we wage war in the 21st century, you realize that World War III isn’t just around the corner – it’s already here.

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