Cybersecurity

Hardware is a cybersecurity risk. Here's what we need to know

The impact of a successful hardware attack by cybercriminals could be enormous Image: Recklessstudios from Pixabay

Edlyn V. Levine

PhD Research Associate, Department of Physics, Harvard University

Algirde Pipikaite

Lead, Strategic Initiatives, World Economic Forum

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