According to a Government report and a proposed amendment to the Emergency Powers Act, changes in the operating environment of foreign and security policy may also give rise to hybrid and cyber threats. In addition to denial-of-service attacks, data breaches and malware attacks, the threat of more serious hostile cyber activity has clearly increased. Hybrid threats can be diverse. For example, they can disrupt critical infrastructure for education and training. This can involve interruptions in electricity or water distribution and disruptions in internet connections, mobile phone networks and access control systems. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has also increased information warfare.