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US asks firms, foreign adversaries to be transparent about cyberattacks

US asks firms, foreign adversaries to be transparent about cyberattacks




States is mulling military action to counter cyber attacks in fact cyber crimes are going to be one of the key areas to focus when u.s president joe biden and his russian counterpart vladimir putin meet on june 16th u.s officials have been increasing pressure on companies as well as foreign nations to step up fight against hackers u.s had earlier accused russia providing a safe haven to hackers remember washington also accused moscow of meddling in the 2016 u.s president presidential elections recently several u.s establishments have been targeted a major fuel pipeline was attacked by hackers in may and the world's largest meat backer was targeted by cyber criminals last weekend u.s energy secretary recently said that adversaries have the ability to shut down the country's entire power grid the attacks prompted the biden administration to ask private firms to be more transparent about cyber crimes and to report these incidents to the authorities this as it was found that firms had made ransomware payments authorities say that hacking attacks on crucial sectors like energy can endanger national security some lawmakers have even called for such payments to be made.

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