The Hack that Stopped a Country
What if hackers were able to instantly cripple grocery stores, businesses, banks, hospitals, public transit, power plants, and government offices? While you may not have heard about it, this terrifying worst case scenario has actually happened before, costing more than $10 billion in damages and spreading across global enterprise. In this third and concluding chapter of our SolarWinds cybersecurity episode series, we tell the story of the 2017 NotPetya attack on Ukraine, and what a repeat could mean for the future of our digitally connected world.
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