Cyberattacks on US are 'here to stay', Biden official warns, as Colonial Pipeline remains shut with its operator declining to say when it will reopenThe largest gasoline pipeline in the country was shut down on FridayIt remained shut Sunday with its operator declining to say when it would reopenCommerce Secretary Gina Raimondo warned Sunday: 'This is what businesses now have to worry about...these sorts of attacks are becoming more frequent'Raimondo confirmed President Joe Biden was briefed Saturday Hackers began their work on Thursday, Bloomberg reports, with 100 gigabytes of data taken in just two hours before demanding a ransomIt is not known if any ransom has been paid; experts said that the incident should serve as a wake-up call to companies about the vulnerabilities they face
Cyberattacks on US soil are 'here to stay' a Joe Biden official warned Sunday, following a sophisticated ransomware attack on the largest gasoline pipeline in the country.
The pipeline remained shut as of Sunday evening with its operator declining to say when it would reopen. Colonial Pipeline only said it 'will bring our full system back online only when we believe it is safe to do so'.
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