Pipeline Hack Cause for Alarm, Not Panic

An article published by CNBC details why the recent cyber attack on the United State’s largest pipeline should not be reason for mass hysteria; Outlining that the targeted attack by cybercriminal group known as DarkSide was motivated by financial gain more-so than to disrupt America’s gas supply chain. Regardless of the motivation, the effects have been real. It is speculated that the supply crunch is likely more to do with panic buyers heading to the pump than the attack itself.

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