The coronavirus pandemic is being compared to war-like conditions by the World Health Organization. We know that bad decisions and poor data (or intelligence) during a war can have serious human and economic consequences. Compare Italy, Spain and the US to Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Even though the enemy is the same, some nations placed the disease on higher priority than others and the strategy they adopted defined their outcomes, and the results are before us.
Cybercrime is its own pandemic
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