Sandworm: Shadows in the Code

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In the digital age, where battles are fought not only on land, sea, and air but also in the vast expanse of the cyber world, a new kind of threat emerges from the shadows. “Sandworm: Shadows in the Code” is a gripping short documentary film that delves into the mysterious and dangerous world of Sandworm, also known as APT44 and Seashell Blizzard.

This state-sponsored threat actor, backed by the Russian government, has been linked to some of the most devastating cyber attacks in recent history. From crippling power grids to disrupting major corporations, Sandworm’s actions have sent shockwaves around the globe.

The film takes you on a journey through the intricate web of election interference and digital espionage, exploring the tactics, techniques, and procedures employed by this elusive group. It sheds light on the geopolitical implications of cyber warfare and raises pressing questions about security, sovereignty, and the future of conflict in the digital age.

Sandworm: Shadows in the Code” is more than just a film; it’s a wake-up call to the realities of modern warfare and the invisible threats that lurk in the depths of the digital world. Prepare to enter the shadowy realm of election interference and cyber espionage, where code is the weapon, and information is the battlefield.

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RJG CTIN President & Co-Founder
Jane Ginn As the co-founder of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Network (CTIN), a consultancy with partners in Europe, Ms. Ginn has been pivotal in the development of the STIX international standard for modeling and sharing threat intelligence. She currently serves as the Secretary of the OASIS Threat Actor Context Technical Committee, contributing to the creation of a semantic technology ontology for cyber threat actor analysis. Her efforts in this area and her earlier work with the Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) TC earned her the 2020 Distinguished Contributor award from OASIS. In public service, she advised five Secretaries of the US Department of Commerce on international trade issues from 1994 to 2001 and served on the Washington District Export Council for five years. In the EU, she was an appointed member of the European Union's ENISA Threat Landscape Stakeholders' Group for four years. A world traveler and amateur photojournalist, she has visited over 50 countries, further enriching her global outlook and professional insights. Follow me on LinkedIn:
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