The Competition Authority rejects the agreement of the Directorate of Transport and Taxes for the increase in the price of the patent, considers it contrary to the law and warns that it will monitor the market for 1 year
The government dismisses Lefter Alla from office, the opposition reveals that the former mayor of Bulqiza was arrested after disrupting Belinda Balluk's shopping
What will happen to the fate of illegal immigrants in Britain? Çuçi ultimatum Bravernan and whitewash the talks of the meeting: Amnesty the Albanians who work in...
The murder of the two Bilali brothers in Shkodër, "Appeal" sentences Arsen Stojku to 25 years in prison, the author is a friend of the Lice, this is how the event happened
Unbelievable but true! The police arrive with an 'ultimatum' in the apartment of the most wanted man in Durrës, but are 'surprised' by what they find in his father's house
The well-known German media breaks the scandal that is shaking Belgrade: This is how President Vu?i? collaborated with Israeli hackers to eliminate the opposition leader from politics
The alarm sirens go off in Ukraine: the largest nuclear power plant in Europe is at risk of exploding, this is how the "Fukushima" disaster can be repeated
The head of Wagner raises the alarm: Ukraine, more powerful than ever, is preparing for three "deadly" attacks against Russia, here is the secret plan to take Crimea
"It's a global threat"/ Alarm raised: A catastrophic event will hit the world in 2 years
Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Janar 2023
The 2023 World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, concluded that a catastrophic global cyber event will hit us in the near future.
"The most surprising finding we found," said WEF managing director Jeremy Jurgens during a presentation highlighting the WEF Global Security Report 2023, adding: It's that 93% of cyber leaders and 86% of cyber business leaders. Geopolitical instability makes a catastrophic cyber event possible in the next two years. This far exceeds anything we've seen in previous surveys.”
Jurgens cited a cyber attack aimed at shutting down Ukrainian military capabilities, which shut down parts of electricity generation across Europe.
"This is a global threat," said Jürgen Stock, Secretary General of Interpol, during the presentation. "This requires a global response and expanded and coordinated action." He said the increased profits "actors" are reaping from cybercrime should encourage world leaders to work together to make it a priority as they face "sophisticated new tools".
Albania is mentioned in the article. It is said that our country faced a massive cyber attack. "Albania is now working with larger allies to ward off criminals, serving as a kind of laboratory for people to understand what's coming," it added.
Prime Minister Edi Rama spoke during the presentation, saying that the growth of the cybercrime industry, from 3 trillion dollars in 2015 to an expected 10.5 trillion dollars in 2025, means that if cybercrime were a country, it would be the economy the third largest in the world after the USA and China.
Rama mentioned the global response to COVID-19 and said that a cyber attack could be much more substantial.
"Let's imagine a bunch of viruses that change exponentially every day threatening not our bodies, but the bodies we live in, our organizations, our countries, our system, then, you know, it could just be apocalypse. It is about viruses that can not only block our way of life, but can control it and divert it," he said.