Colonial Pipeline cyberattack: "You never have to pay, it only makes things worse"
Colonial Pipeline oil storage site in Charlotte, North Carolina (illustrative image).
via REUTERS - COLONIAL PIPELINE
By: Florent Guignard
Colonial Pipeline, the main supplier of oil pipelines to the United States, with refineries located from the coast of the Gulf of Mexico to the northeast of the country, will reopen part of its network.
The victim of a cyberattack last Friday, the company was hacked into hundreds of gigabytes of data that could be returned in exchange for ransom, a common process known as
The consequences of this attack with Fabrice Epelboin, teacher at Sciences Po Paris, entrepreneur, specialist in cybersecurity issues.
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