According to (https://www.cfr.org/backgrounder/north-koreas-military-capabilities) the Council on Foreign Relations , North Korea developed computer science know-how and cyberattack
capabilities in the 1980's and 1990's, thanks to help from the Chinese and the Soviet Union.
Failing to continually revise remote work policies in the digital workplace could put those business owners at higher risk of a cyberattack
, the insurer says.
In 2017, a unique cyberattack
was reported by a renowned cybersecurity firm Darktrace.
In 7.3% of the properties in Israel containing children ages 2-18, at least one of the children was harmed by a personal assault: theft, violence or threat of violence, sexual harassment, sexual assault, cyberattack
and/or online bullying and shaming.
of Stuxnet on Iranian nuclear system damaged more than 70 percent of nuclear centrifuges earlier in 2009.
Tenable reports that majority of security professionals found their critical infrastructure damaged by a cyberattack
To be clear, the focus here is on those cyberattacks
that are punitive rather than carried out to support kinetic operations, largely because the contribution of a cyberattack
capability to an overall kinetic reprisal capability is usually indirect.
Construction companies preparing bids for high-profile projects may be a cyberattack
target , a lawyer has warned.
Manufacturers used to rely on customized, proprietary protocols, which made mounting a cyberattack
difficult, Morales notes.
Many Pakistani banks suspend international transactions in wake of cyberattack
The West is seeking to discredit Russia's initiative to elaborate a code of conduct in the cyber space, that is why it is accusing Russia of plotting a cyberattack
on the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Zakharova stressed.