Cybersecurity

Governments must act on cybersecurity. The new US executive order is a start.

Gas pumps are covered with plastic bags, after a cyberattack crippled the biggest fuel pipeline in the country, run by Colonial Pipeline, in St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S., May 12, 2021. Image: REUTERS/Octavio Jones

Algirde Pipikaite

Lead, Strategic Initiatives, World Economic Forum

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