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Cyber Polygon 2022 took place July 8.22
July 08, 2022, the same day people across Canada woke up to a total blackout of both mobile and landline internet service, though some experienced just one or the other. A coincidence or not?
Through ongoing collaborative action and partnership in the Forum’s public-private network of leaders from business, government, civil society, academia and top experts, the Platform promotes a secure and prosperous digital future for all.
Cyber Polygon is organized by BI.ZONE, an expert in digital risks management (Sber Ecosystem), with support of the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity and INTERPOL. The central theme this year is Digital Resilience in the Cloud Age.
WEF Cyber Polygon- Live war games
Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum stated that a new crisis would be coming to the world called the Cyber Polygon. Travel would be affected, the internet would be shut down, and food would be scarce.
Suggest starting the video at 5 mins with DeAnna Lorraine. Informative! Plan ahead.
Rogers’ CEO says maintenance update responsible for Canada wide outage
One of Canada’s largest mobile and internet providers, Rogers, apologised for the country-wide outage of its services which began on Friday July 08.22 and continued through July 09.22.
The company’s CEO Tony Staffieri said the failure followed “a maintenance update in our core network”.
Transport, banking and emergency services were all hit by Friday’s blackout, with 911 hotlines and bank ATMs left unavailable.
Internet outage made ‘cash’ king again
A friend once told me, “As long as there is cash we have a chance.”
So, the more cash is used without loyalty cards to data mine you, the less data to feed AI and the more secure your privacy.