The Russian cyber attack storm has erupted as the Kremlin attempts to defend itself from the US presidential election hacks.
Now, some of the country’s most prominent and well-connected individuals are trying to defend their country from a cyber attack.
The US State Department and the National Security Agency are the two most prominent US entities that have been publicly accused of cyber attacks against Russia.
However, the Kremlin’s claim of responsibility for the cyber attacks on the US has largely been dismissed as part of a Kremlin propaganda campaign.
In a statement, the State Department said it was working with the NSA and the Department of Homeland Security to provide information on “cyber threats and attacks” from Russian entities.
The National Security Council has also announced it would launch a cyber warfare task force to assess cyber threat risks to US interests.
Russia has denied the accusations, and Russia has accused the US of launching the cyberattacks to destabilize the country.
The US and the UK have both been accused of similar cyberattacks.
A new Russian state TV report claims the Kremlin has a plan to attack US targets in 2018.
It says the plan involves attacking US-controlled Ukrainian territory in Crimea and in other Eastern European countries as well.
The latest Russian cyberattacks come on the heels of the US and NATO admitting that Russia was behind the hacks of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
The attacks also coincide with the presidential election.