Goldman Sachs Of All People Warn Of Cyber Pandemic; Sounds Like Foreshadowing.

An expert at Goldman Sachs Group cautioned that the escalation of Russia’s conflict with Ukraine might lead to greater “malicious cyber activities” with the potential to cause enormous economic and social repercussions (GSG). According to studies, cyberattacks cost the global economy roughly $1 trillion every year, with two-thirds of them being blamed on Russia in recent years, according to Goldman economist Ronnie Walker. Goldman Sachs economists are concerned as the Ukraine situation escalates tensions between the US, its allies, and Russia. According to Goldman Sachs’ top economist Jan Hatzius on March 7, no Russian-based cyberattacks targeting the US have been found since Russia invaded Ukraine in February. Hatzius, on the other hand, highlighted that rising tensions have “increased the risk” of a cyberwar between the two countries, especially because Russia was blamed for nearly 60% of state-sponsored cyberattacks last year.…

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Satan Soldiers Plandemic: Energy Secretary Warns Of Crippling Cyber-attacks White House Calls Growing Cyber

Threats a ‘Rising National Security Concern’… As fear mongering on cyber security gains traction, as is the case right now, you can be certain that there are other disingenuous motives to promote Technocrat goals in hopes of capturing the world into a Scientific Dictatorship. The plandemic move forward,Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Sunday called for more public-private cooperation on cyber defenses and said U.S. adversaries already are capable of using cyber intrusions to shut down the U.S. power grid. “I think that there are very malign actors who are trying,” she said. She added: “Even as we speak, there are thousands of attacks on all aspects of the energy sector and the private sector generally.” Granholm noted, without mentioning the company by name, that Colonial Pipeline Co. was hit in May with a crippling cyberattack by a ransomware group. Colonial…

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