President Trump is very sincere in trying to work out some broader arrangement with Moscow, but he faces tremendous opposition here in Washington from people who didn’t want this meeting to take place, former US diplomat Jim Jatras told RT.
The private cybersecurity industry has faced a series of unprecedented global crises so far in 2017, including WannaCry and Adylkuzz malware attacks. In the face of such rampant digital crime, a viable open source counter-hacking community is emerging.
As the world reels from the WannaCry ransomware attack, it’s now emerged that a second, potentially larger attack, is already under way. It seems the widespread proliferation of military-grade cyberweapons has ushered in a new era of digital crime.
A British blogger, who says he accidentally stumbled on a way to stop the recent ransomware cyber attack which, so far, has affected some 100,000 computers in 99 countries across the globe, has warned his solution is far from permanent.
The international community should come together to tackle cyberattacks rather than turning on each other, which only aids the perpetrators and may even lead to a new kind of arms race, author and historian Gerald Horne says.