The occupiers are preparing massive cyberattacks on critical infrastructure facilities in Ukraine, Poland, and the Baltic states.
This is reported by the Main Directorate of Intelligence.
"The Kremlin plans to carry out massive cyberattacks on critical infrastructure facilities of Ukrainian enterprises and critical infrastructure institutions of Ukraine's allies. First of all, the attack will be aimed at enterprises in the energy industry," the message states, indicating that the Russian Federation is using the experience of cyberattacks on Ukraine's energy systems in 2015 and 2016 years
Also, according to intelligence, the Kremlin intends to increase the intensity of DDoS attacks on the critical infrastructure of Ukraine's closest allies, primarily Poland and the Baltic states.
"The enemy will try to increase the effect of missile strikes on power supply facilities, primarily in the eastern and southern regions of Ukraine. The command of the occupiers is convinced that this will lead to a slowdown in the offensive actions of the Armed Forces," the GUR added.