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If ransomware can shut the US energy 'jugular', what might it do to you? The head of Homeland Security talks to Radio Davos

A bagged nozzle at a pump notifies motorists that it no longer has fuel after a cyberattack crippled the biggest fuel pipeline in the country, run by Colonial Pipeline, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Image: REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

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