The recent cyberattack against a 5,500-mile pipeline in the United Statesthis incident should not be a surprise or a “wake-up call.” It follows on the heels of malicious cyber activities that have disrupted the networks upon which critical infrastructure globally depends. Malware such as WannaCry, NotPetya, Bad Rabbit, BlackEnergy 3, Industroyer and CrashOverride are prevalent, and not fringe groups but becoming ever larger businesses seeking profit and dramatic impact.
Cyber risks are changing, and we need to be prepared at all levels. Inaction will be a national regret....
Micro Focus Customer Experience Marketing
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