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Re: Credit Cards Still Best Option for Online Buying 3  send2nicky   2002-02-07 21:19:44 
Re: Will PayPal's IPO Thrive in a Harsh Market? 2  frank1212   2002-02-07 01:09:20 
Re: eBay, BidBay, Common Sense and Justice 4  jab989   2002-02-06 18:00:40 
Re: E-Commerce Balancing Act: Convenience versus Cost 2  davidport   2002-02-06 14:36:43 
Re: Innovators Aren't Giving Up on Electronic Payments 6  Vicente   2002-02-05 19:46:38 
Re: U.S. House Approves Anti-Spam Bill 3  sybesma   2002-02-02 20:12:51 
Re: Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 15, 2001 2  sybesma   2002-02-02 18:19:36 
Does ANYONE know what Sportbrain.com is doing? 1  Saturn88   2002-02-02 15:38:49 
Re: Will SAP Leave Commerce One in the B2B Dust? 3  mbulkeley   2002-02-01 14:56:18 
Re: The Rise and Fall of the Online Mall 2  jclausen57   2002-02-01 00:48:44 
Re: E-Stamp and Ticketmaster Wage Online Ticketing War 2  naenu   2002-01-31 07:43:22 
Re: Amazon More Friend Than Foe for Small E-Tailers 2  airmikes   2002-01-30 21:41:22 
Re: And the Winner Is - Online Travel 4  jbuhler   2002-01-30 14:38:13 
Re: Expedia Profits Surpass Expectations 2  jbuhler   2002-01-30 14:17:29 
Re: ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing 5  cksuen   2002-01-30 13:40:50 
Re: Online Security: Job One for E-Commerce 2  JimPflaum   2002-01-28 17:01:36 
Re: And Now, B2B Cartels? 2  si-mon   2002-01-28 08:40:15 
Re: Whooping It Up in Seattle 3  jwerlin   2002-01-25 14:58:25 
Difference between Seibel and Blue Martini 1  whasssuppp   2002-01-24 16:31:29 
Re: Amazon Delivers on Profit Promise, Breaks $1B Barrier 4  davidport   2002-01-24 08:10:52 

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What was your initial reaction to news of the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack?
It demonstrates that all critical infrastructure sectors are at high risk of disruption by cybercriminals.
Everyone will be paying for this attack in the form of higher energy costs.
Governments need to work more closely with private industries to protect networks for the sake of public safety.
It's a global problem. An international alliance must be formed to hold the perpetrators accountable and prevent future attacks.