EXPLAINER: Why Washington is boosting heavy arms for Ukraine
The Biden administration’s decision to dramatically ramp up delivery of artillery guns to Ukraine eight weeks into the war signals a deepening American military commitment at a pivotal stage of fighting for the country’s industrial heartland.
A recent cyberbreach proves that Florida’s drinking water is surprisingly easy to poison
It's a mistake to think a hacker could not introduce contaminated water into our water systems." Despite the warnings, and some high-profile breaches dating back a decade, the federal government has largely left cyberdefense to the water utilities. Tens of thousands of U.S. water systems with fewer than 3,300 customers were exempted entirely from the law's requirements. He also pointed to low staffing at the EPA's Water Security Division. Traditionally focused on physical risks, such as natural hazards, burst pipes and on-site intruders, most water systems also have little or no in-house IT staff.orlandoweekly.com