We should at the very least, take note. Prepare for a potential cyber attack and make sure you…
Once again, a member of the ruling class, FBI Director Christopher Wray, warned the private sector to prepare for potential cyberattacks, saying United States agents were “particularly focused on the destructive cyber threat” from Russian agents. They are setting the stage for a false flag attack.
The FBI director spoke just one day after The White House warned companies to bolster defenses and prepare for potential cyberattacks while the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensifies as it approaches a month since forces entered the country, according to a report by The Hill.
Speaking at the Detroit Economic Forum, Wray mentioned the attack on Colonial Pipelines last year, which shut down one of the largest pipelines on the East Coast for five days. A criminal group based in Russia was responsible for the cyberattack.
Wray said the FBI and U.S. agents were working closely with Ukraine and allies abroad, but also with companies in the private sector in the U.S., to prepare for any cyberattacks on critical infrastructure. -The Hill
“Private networks, whether they belong to a pipeline operator, some other kind of victim, or an internet service provider, are most often the place we confront adversaries,” Wray said. “If American businesses don’t report attacks and intrusions, we won’t know about most of them, which means we can’t help you recover, and we don’t know to stop the next attack.”
When the ruling class and its mainstream media puppets start pushing the notion of anything, we should at the very least, take note. Prepare for a potential cyber attack and make sure you are ready in case the lights go out if “Russia” decides to “attack” our “critical infrastructure.” Also, keep in mind that most people are not prepared for much of anything, and expect them to react as such.
One often overlooked preparedness skill is bartering. Make sure you have some items you can and are willing to trade if something does go down.