Ransomware attacks, election interference, corporate espionage, threats to the electric grid: little hope of bringing a measure of order to the anarchy of cyberspace

Before Covid-19, we ran our life 50/50 between the physical and cyber worlds. During the pandemic, it became 90/10. Now it is about 80/20. Cyber threats are becoming more important.

Meetings between American presidents and Soviet or Russian leaders were dominated by one looming threat: Nukes. Now are cyberweapons being elevated to the top of the agenda.

A supercharged year mixing cyberattacks and the coronavirus has changed all of the world’s geopolitical rules for rivalries between countries.

It’s the most significant, successful attack on energy infrastructure we know of in the United States. A pipeline cyberattack.

Russian state-sponsored hackers are targeting UK, US and Canadian organisations involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine.

Cozy Bear is volgens de AIVD vooral gelieerd aan de Ruslands buitenlandse inlichtingendienst SVR en richt zich op langdurige spionage bij defensiebedrijven, overheden en de energiesector. Een onderzoeker werkt aan de universiteit van Kopenhagen aan een mogelijk vaccin tegen covid-19.

You really want to be a step ahead of hackers, and never even give them an ounce of a chance to compromise you!

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