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Cyber-attack on Taiwan could be a warning shot of future cyber action

August 2022 by Ed Macnair, CEO of Cyber Security Firm, Censornet

The website of Taiwan’s presidential office received an overseas cyber-attack according to Reuters.

Ed Macnair, CEO of Cyber Security Firm, Censornet comments: 

“This type of technological protest is on the increase. It’s a technological irritation, but an attack that most organisations recover from. The concerning thing is that the DDoS attack could be a warning shot of future cyber action.

“An autonomous cyber response is needed to raise the bar in cyber protection. By adopting a zero-trust approach, computer systems can be isolated from potential attackers. The introduction of a zero-trust layer can make applications impervious to many forms of network-based attack including scans, vulnerability exploits, DoS, and DDoS attacks.”

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