An Electromagnetic Pulse Attack Could Mean No Power, Water, Food, Electricity, Cell Service and More. So Could a Cyber Attack.
(Yes, it could, and it’s not a matter of if but when it will happen.)
Imagine what would happen if suddenly there were no cell phone service, no electrical power, no water and no food. But that’s not all. Imagine if there were no functioning banks and financial institutions, automobiles, trucks, and computers stopped working, railroads were unable to roll and airplanes were unable to fly, hospitals were unable to function and grocery store shelves went unfilled. According to Robin Burk, Ph.D., MBA, such a scenario is possible should portions of America’s computer networks, electric grid etc. be hit by a short burst of electromagnetic energy from the type of nuclear weapon North Korea has already tested – or by crippling cyber-attacks. It is only prudent to start planning now for potential attacks that could badly disrupt the systems we rely on.
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