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10920542099?profile=RESIZE_192XI should not be writing this article in 2022, but sometimes the apparent need to be restated.  Reality has a way of asserting itself, irrespective of any personal or commercial choices we make, good or bad.  For example, recently, the city services of Antwerp in Belgium were the victim of a highly disruptive cyberattack.  See:

As usual, all parties cried "foul play" and suggested that proper

10638461098?profile=RESIZE_180x180Gartner’s top eight cybersecurity predictions warn organizations that they need to employ greater resilience to reduce the impact of more severe cyberattacks.  Reducing the blast radius of larger, more potentially devastating attacks is key.   Implied in the predictions is advice to focus not just on ransomware or any other currently trending type of cyberattack, but to prioritize cybersecurity investments as core to managing risks and see them as investments in the business.  By 2025, 60% of or

10051028253?profile=RESIZE_400xThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security is reportedly warning that the U.S. could witness a retaliatory cyberattack at the hands of Russia if it decides to respond to the latter's potential invasion of Ukraine, where 100,000 or more troops have been amassed for weeks.  According to a DHS Intelligence and Analysis bulletin dated 23 January 2022 and sent to law enforcement agencies around the country, officials believe that if the U.S. responds to rising tensions at Ukraine's eastern border, the