Infographic: Five Vulnerabilities SVR is Exploiting Right Now and How to Stop Them

The Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, known as SVR, poses a significant risk to U.S. and allied government networks. 

For help with Cybersecurity and Risk Advisory Services exclusively for AHA members, contact:

John Riggi

Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk, AHA

jriggi@aha.org

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