Meet The Press Reports Dives Into Worldwide Cyberwar | MTP Daily | MSNBC 1

Meet The Press Reports Dives Into Worldwide Cyberwar | MTP Daily | MSNBC


The latest episode of Meet the Press Reports focuses on cybersecurity and the threats surrounding it. NBC News' Jo Ling Kent sat down with Microsoft President Brad Smith to discuss. Aired on 04/16/2021.
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Meet The Press Reports Dives Into Worldwide Cyberwar | MTP Daily | MSNBC


  1. One sure-fire way to shield yourself from ransomware attacks is to stop using microsoft software.

    1. Like all technological advances, there is good and bad. Try to imagine how people would have connected, if this pandemic had arisen 25 years ago, when we only had dial-up modems, and the only decent search engine was Altavista?

  2. The question is ‘How did the progenitors of the digital age become so inept at protecting their invention?’ How did the US fall so far behind in cybersecurity that they can’t protect their critical systems? How did people in Russia, China, N.Korea, India become so adept at intrusion it is apparent nobody can stop them?

    1. Microsoft’s O/S is too monolithic, and security was not built in at the beginning. Every attempt they’ve made, to add permissions, and secure their O/S and applications, has been kludgy. Developers need to write programs that can run on Linux, so we can all dump Windows.

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