Making Our Nation Safe From Computer Hackers

Published by
San Diego Jewish World

By Stephen D. Bryen Stephen D. Bryen WASHINGTON, D.C. — Some small-minded sages are chortling in America that people with electric cars don’t have to worry about the Colonial Pipeline, shut down by a cyber attack, because they can get their “gas” from the electric company. They go on to argue for more electric cars. Of course if it was the power company that was knocked out, the electric cars would not run. And power companies have been knocked out. The Russians killed one in Ukraine, putting it offline for some time. There is, unfortunately, a related argument in Washington, in the CIA and Pe…

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