What is cyber warfare and how Brazil can defend itself


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The cyber war, theme of the last column, will be addressed again in the live of the War Games this Thursday (), Starting at 18 hours .

In the interview with vivo, the specialist in cyber conflicts Eduardo Izycki, researcher from King’s College London, will explain what is behind the global cyber arms race and how Brazil has to protect its critical infrastructure from and attacks by hacker groups and even neighboring countries in Latin America.

The War Games column, published on Saturdays, features exclusive reports on the war industry, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. Every Thursday, these topics are deepened with an interview with an expert in the field.

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