Will UNDRIP be another broken promise to indigenous Canadians? / Ken Coates / MLI in Parliament
Will UNDRIP be another broken promise to indigenous Canadians? / Ken Coates / MLI in Parliament
North America Should Reconsider Its Electric-Vehicle Obsession: Jerome Gessaroli in the National Review

Cybersecurity investigators worry ransomware attacks may worsen as young, Western hackers work with Russians [Video]

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In the past year — hospitals, pharmacies, tech companies, Las Vegas’ biggest hotels and casinos have been paralyzed by “ransomware” attacks, in which hackers break into a corporate network, encrypt, or lock up critical files and hold them hostage until a ransom is paid. It’s a crime that has been growing more costly and disruptive every year. Now cybersecurity researchers fear it’s about to get worse, with the emergence of an audacious group of young criminal hackers from the U.S., U.K. and Canada the FBI calls Scattered Spider. More troubling, they have teamed up with Russia’s most notorious ransomware gang.

This past September, one of the most pernicious ransomware attacks in history was unleashed on MGM Resorts– costing the hotel and casino giant more than $100 million. It disrupted operations at a dozen of the most renowned gaming palaces on the Las Vegas strip: MGM Grand, Aria, Mandalay Bay, New York-New York, …

Southeast Asia and the Indo-Pacific Construct / Stephen Nagy and Jonathan Berkshire Miller
Southeast Asia and the Indo-Pacific Construct / Stephen Nagy and Jonathan Berkshire Miller
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