According to the NYT, experts should help strengthen the protection of energy networks, the banking system and other important infrastructure of the country.

The United States has sent a team of cybersecurity specialists to Ukraine. This was reported by The New York Times.

According to the publication, experts should help their Ukrainian colleagues to strengthen the protection of energy networks, the banking system and other important infrastructure of the country.

According to the newspaper, American experts expect that cyber-attacks on Ukraine may allegedly be followed by Russian hackers.

Recently, there have been allegations in Western countries, as well as in Kyiv, about the alleged possible invasion of Russia into Ukraine. The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov called such information an empty and groundless escalation of tension. He stressed that the movement of the Russian armed forces on the territory of the Russian Federation should not cause concern to anyone, since the Russian Federation does not pose a threat to anyone. At the same time, he did not rule out the possibility of provocations to justify such statements, and warned that attempts to solve the crisis by force in the south-east of Ukraine would have the most serious consequences.