The Ukraine war has sent the risk of Russian cyberattacks on the West soaring up the agenda, with an attack on critical infrastructure potentially bringing whole economies to a halt. In most cases, a few days of disruption would not actually put much of a dent in GDP. A key exception would be if an attack on the financial system triggered a systemic financial crisis.
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