In a cyber show of strength, Ukraine’s State Security Service (SSU) has repelled a series of Russian cyber attacks on national mobile operator Kyivstar.
In the midst of Cyber Warfare, SSU restored Kyivstar’s operations and thwarted subsequent attacks, showcasing the nation’s resilience against cyber threats. As the SSU continues to investigate the sophisticated hack orchestrated by Russia’s hacking group, the ripple effect is being seen globally in an upsurge in cyber jobs, particularly in countries allied with the Ukraine.
According to data from GlobalData Jobs Analytics databasecyber jobs in the aerospace, defense and security industry have grown, with significant contributions from nations such as the United States, Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom and Poland, reflecting their commitment to bolstering the growing Russian threat.
The Cyber Battlefield took center stage as Illya Vitiuk, head of the SSU Cyber Security department, revealed the defense against Russia’s cyber attack to Kyivstar. Beyond recovery operations, the SSU prevented further attacks by countering enemy efforts to keep the population disconnected.
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The Sandworm hacking group, a Russian military intelligence unit infamous for past cyber attacks on Ukrainian targets, orchestrated the large-scale attack, affecting civilian infrastructure.
In the wake of this cyberwar, the GlobalData Jobs Analytics database highlights the growth of cybersecurity jobs in the aerospace, defense and security industries. Analyzing data from the start of Russia’s invasion – February 24, 2022, to January 3, 2024, the database reveals a marked increase in cyber roles in countries actively supporting the defense of Ukraine against Russian aggression.
The United States, Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom and Poland, major contributors of military aid to Ukraine, lead the charge, with the US providing 69% of cyber jobs.
A closer look at the job breakdown shows an increase in specific occupations, with aerospace engineers witnessing a 386% increase, electrical and electronic engineers with a 368% increase, and computer support specialists experiencing a 208% increase.
These trends highlight the global response to the evolving threat landscape, as nations compliant with Ukraine invest in cyber security to strengthen their defenses against cyber warfare, reflecting the SSU’s resilient stance against Russian cyber attacks.
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