Cyberwarfare Threat To Nuclear, Banking and Financial System…” Direct ownership of physical gold, unlike digital currency, not vulnerable to cyber warfare”

Friday, June 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

By: GoldCore
GoldSeek.com
Friday, 12 June 2015

– Legacy of stuxnet is risk posed to technology dependent world
– 20 countries have launched cyberwarfare programmes since exposure of stuxnet in 2010
– Stuxnet virus targeted safety mechanisms in Iran’s nuclear reactors in 2010
– Virus launched to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program was also used for mass spying
– All types of digital systems at risk, including financial, banking and gold providers
– Direct ownership of physical gold, unlike digital currency, not vulnerable to cyber warfare

20 Countries Have Announced Digital Warfare Programs

A new book detailing the development, operation and ramifications of the deployment of the notorious Stuxnet virus shows that it has created a far more risky world.

The book, Countdown to Zero Day, by Wired magazine writer Kim Zetter, shows that – apart from being an extremely irresponsible and dangerous act of sabotage – the deployment of Stuxnet against Iran has led to an acceleration in development of cyberwarfare.

In a must read article in the Irish Times, respected technology journalist, Karlin Lillington reviews the book which presents some fascinating insights into the whole Stuxnet affair which she describes as “the world’s first digital weapon”.

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