The dawn of the Computer Age brought with it the potential danger of sabotage by hackers, experts in the inner workings of computers, who
take control of the system to steal information, or to even cause damage. The mysterious Stuxnet Worm was able to target Iran's Uranium enrichment
facilities, and other cyber attacks have taken control of water control plants in the United States.
Government agencies like the Pentagon have been invaded by these unknown experts, and major businesses have had their sensitive information
stolen. The potential is great for severe terrorist attacks against financial institutions, utilities, or even military operations. CyberTerrorism
has therefore become one of the fulfillments of Jesus' prediction that there would be "wars and rumors of wars" in the end times.
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The White House Warns That Russia Is Conducting a Massive Cyber Attack
Apr.20. 2018 -
The US and British governments on Monday accused Russia of conducting a massive campaign to compromise computer routers
and firewalls around the world - from home offices to Internet providers – for espionage and possibly sabotage purposes.
Other governments that have been accused of such hacking include Iran and North Korea, whose WannaCry computer worm
affected more than 230,000 computers around the world.
- Source: Science Alert
The Basics Of A Cyberattack - Forbes
Facebook, Microsoft and others sign anti-cybertack pledge - Tech Crunch
Cybersecurity in the Cloud Era
Feb. 26, 2018 -
When cloud computing first entered mainstream technology over a decade ago, cybersecurity was often a top concern amongst CFOs ...
Those concerns have waned over recent years, with around 80 percent of CFOs using the cloud in some form.
- Source: Financial Executives
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