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July 29, 2020

Forbes

Covid Crimes: Espionage, Hackers And Why America Is Vulnerable

With millions of lives and trillions of dollars at stake, the U.S. is in a dangerous place when it comes to vulnerabilities associated with the pandemic – one of which is cybersecurity. To understand just what we’re facing, Forbes asked Bryan Cunningham, long-time cybersecurity and privacy lawyer and Founding Executive Director of the University of California, Irvine Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute, exactly what’s going on, what the focus should be, and what precautions Americans should be taking.

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Covid Crimes: Espionage, Hackers And Why America Is Vulnerable

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