How Much Damage Could a Russian Cyberattack Do In The U.S.?
“U.S. intelligence analysts have determined that Moscow would consider a cyberattack against the U.S. as the Ukraine crisis grows. As a scholar of Russian cyber operations, I know the Kremlin has the capacity to damage critical U.S. infrastructure systems. In January 2022 the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued an alert that outlined the Russian cyberattack threat, with technical details of sophisticated Russian-led hacking from recent years. That included a complicated digital break-in that targeted the U.S. energy industry and gained access to the control rooms of U.S. electric utilities.”
Jackson Garbage: Waste Management Sues Mayor As City Council Replaces Richard’s Disposal
Jackson Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba chided the Jackson City Council on Feb. 24, 2022, for removing Richard’s Disposal’s name when approving a garbage-disposal emergency contract.
Lawmakers Working On Teacher Pay Raise Deal As Deadline Looms Tonight
Lawmakers in the Mississippi Legislature have mere hours left to reach a compromise on plans for a teacher-pay raise. In January, the Senate and House each passed bills that would raise pay for the state’s teachers by thousands, but with key differences.