‘Biggest ever attack’ slows internet

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

The world’s internet has been slowed down by what experts are describing as the biggest attack of its kind in history.

Tom Harnish’s insight:

We take electricity, and almost to the same extent, Internet services for granted. What happens to the new ways of working without them? A cyber expert I know claims a cyber-Pearl harbor arttack is inevitable. What happens when you can’t buy gas or food, can’t get prescription drugs, nevermind work? Unthinkable? Think about it.

See it on Scoop.it, via The Evolving Workplace