In the past few weeks, some of the biggest industries in the U.S. have been held up by cyberattacks.
The first big infiltration was at Colonial Pipeline, a major conduit of gas, jet fuel and diesel to the East Coast. Then, J.B.S., one of the world’s largest beef suppliers, was hit.
The so-called ransomware attacks have long been a worry. But who are the hackers and how can they be stopped?
Guest: Nicole Perlroth, a reporter covering cybersecurity and digital espionage for The New York Times.
The Daily is doing a live online event: We follow up with students and faculty from our series Odessa. And we hear from the team who made the documentary. Times subscribers can join us June 10.
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