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U.S. power grid continues to be vulnerable to cyber attack: Millions would die if it were to fail

(National SentinelCyber war: A new report has concluded that despite the attention being given to protecting the nation’s power grid in a world where the threat of cyber attack grows daily, it remains highly vulnerable to a breach that, if large parts of the grid are destroyed, would lead to the deaths of millions of Americans. 597 more words

National Security

CYBER EXPERT: ISRAEL, WEST MUST BE READY TO COUNTER-HACK ADVERSARIES

Israel and Western countries should be prepared to protect their computer systems by cyber attacking rogue adversaries’ infrastructure if necessary, Matthew Devost, a top cybersecurity expert, told  93 more words

Cyber Security

South Korean Foreign Ministry Plans to Upgrade Cybersecurity Measures

South Korea’s Foreign Ministry will soon craft a mid-term plan to beef up cybersecurity measures, an official said on Sunday. The move comes as government offices and other public agencies here face growing cyberthreats, Yonhap news agency reported. 112 more words

Cyber Security

White Board update 19th July

My white board at the office has gained a lot of respect and traction not only from the team but from those outside the team as well as due to its prominent place in the office it causes people to stop and look at it when walking by. 136 more words

Cybersecurity

A Two-Tier Approach to Protect Yourself from Identity Fraud

Cyber attacks are increasing at an alarming rate and the resulting data breaches have led to countless amounts of personal information being exposed to unscrupulous individuals. 485 more words

Personal

A Single Extreme Cyberattack Could Cost the U.S. More than Hurricane Katrina

With an uptick in cyberattacks across the world, from WannaCry to Petya ransomware, a new report from banking heavyweight Lloyds of London warns just how vulnerable the U.S. 229 more words

Tech

Extreme Cyber-Attack Could Dwarf Natural Disaster Costs

A major global cyber-attack has the potential to trigger up to US$53 billion of economic losses – greater than some of Australia’s worst natural disasters combined. 441 more words

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