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Cyberespionage on critical infrastructure has been a growing interest in the last decade. Using old tactics of spear-phishing, water-holing, and social engineering, nation-sponsored hackers have been able to collect enough information to understand business infrastructure and to potentially cause irreparable damage.
  • Michelle Tran