[ZDNet] Ransomware: Survive by outrunning the guy next to you

A ransomware attack​ hit a major US pipeline this weekend, leading to a shut down in operations for the past three days. Critical infrastructure and pieces of the supply chain (already fragile due to the pandemic) continue to be taken down by ransomware attacks, either advertently or inadvertently.

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