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Re: Hackers Perfectly Time Largest DDoS Attack Ever 4  hsigo   2014-02-16 04:54:15 
Re: Will Data Localization Kill the Internet? 2  famullar   2014-02-10 13:10:44 
Re: Managing Big Data: Audience Measurement and Ad Targeting 2  Bottle33   2014-02-04 13:23:19 
IT Women 1  famullar   2014-02-02 01:59:29 
IT NOW 1  famullar   2014-02-02 01:56:17 
Re: Surveillance Rights and Wrongs, Part 2: No Clear Answers 4  megankrow   2014-01-13 12:17:38 
Re: Apple's YOY Sales Sag 3  Bill_Twyman   2014-01-07 16:27:14 
Re: Google-Led Coalition Aims to Drive Android Into Cars 2  ronconnal   2014-01-06 15:03:10 
Re: There's a New Fair Use Law in Town 2  rowenacherry   2013-12-22 17:54:52 
Can you have too much marketing? 1  zynartebiz   2013-12-20 22:27:34 
How my shopping habits have changed thanks to E-commerce 2  zynartebiz   2013-12-20 22:25:04 
Re: Is Bitcoin Bubbling Over? 2  yehudisabbagh   2013-12-12 13:40:22 
Re: Legislators Aim to Send Patent Trolls Packing 3  staff1   2013-12-09 14:43:39 
Re: Sears.com Adds Major Appliance Selection 2  jennieingram   2013-12-09 04:01:32 
Re: Cyber Shoppers Beware! Those Juicy Deals May Be Hot Air 4  Carlosruben84   2013-12-07 12:27:15 
Re: Microsoft Cranks Up Security to Lock Out Government Spies 3  josephmartins   2013-12-07 10:52:30 
Re: The Mystery of the Inscrutably Curved Smartphone Screen 2  EFTExpert   2013-11-14 10:37:08 
Re: IT Firms Squabble Over Patent Reform Bill 2  staff1   2013-11-14 09:09:33 
Re: Boom Time for Corporate Cloud Marketplaces 2  sskidmore   2013-11-12 07:56:48 
Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball 2  RogDog   2013-11-07 16:02:04 

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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.