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Analyzing The NotPetya Malware, Cloud Computing, And Cybersecurity Risksby@sarahaustin
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Analyzing The NotPetya Malware, Cloud Computing, And Cybersecurity Risks

by Sarah Austin5mAugust 7th, 2020
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In June 2017, a variant of the Petya malware worm, NotPetya, wreaked global havoc. Global enterprise networks from Ukraine to the shores of New Jersey’s commercial shipping depots were eviscerated. The fallout was an estimated $10 billion in damages. Cloud computing needs to revamp its core infrastructure. It needs to be protective against large-scale cyber warfare forces and bring cloud computing to the level that an IoT revolution requires. The costs of outdated systems and ones susceptible to outages and hacks continue racking up.

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