Toughen cyber security as online activities escalate
Manila Bulletin|July 12, 2021
The escalation of cyber attacks against critical infrastructure in the United States was brought up by President Joe Biden with President Vladimir Putin in their Geneva summit last month — raising the profile of what has emerged as a major global security concern.

The New York Times reports that he handed to Putin a list of 16 areas of “critical infrastructure” such as power grids, water distribution systems and “the working of the Internet itself” prepared by the US Department of Homeland Security and warned that crossing this red line would warrant a retaliatory attack.

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