The SolarWinds hack of supply chains did unfathomable devastation to the U.S. while the ravages of a global pandemic raged on in 2020. From ransomware schemes to supply chain attacks, this year melded classic hacks with extraordinary circumstances. 2020 showcased all of the digital risks and cybersecurity woes you’ve come to expect in the modern era, but this year was unique in the ways Covid-19 radically and tragically transformed life around the world. The pandemic also created unprecedented conditions in cyberspace, reshaping networks by pushing people to work from home en masse, creating a scramble to access vaccine research by any means, generating new fodder for criminals to launch extortion attempts and scams, and producing novel opportunities for nation-state espionage.
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