White House applying pressure on companies and foreign adversaries to fight cyber criminals

In a statement US officials said, they are applying more pressure on foreign adversaries and on domestic companies to fight cybercriminals; the Biden Administration is considering all options, including a military ones, to counter the growing threat. The U.S. administration is looking at “all of the options,” to defend the United States against ransomware cyber…

Colonial Pipeline operating fuel line under manual control, following ransomeware attack

In a statement, Colonial Pipeline said, it has restarted operations in its Line 4 fuel line, which runs from Greensboro, North Carolina, to Woodbine, Maryland, under manual control. The line came under cyber attack which shutdown the pipeline system last week on Friday. In a notice to shippers, Colonial Pipeline said, Line 4 will be…

Nissan to strategically downsize, shutdowns global HQ and R&D center upto May 10

On Tuesday, Nissan Motor Co stated, it would temporarily shutter its operations, including its global headquarter and other facilities in Japan, through early May. The step is aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus at its facilities. Nissan Motor said, it would reduce its operations to minimum level at its head office in Yokohama…

Qualcomm to shutdown its Chinese joint venture on advanced semiconductors

The move is aligned with the Trump Administration’s policy on Beijing vis-a-vis semiconductors. On Friday, as per a report from The Information citing sources who are employees at a joint venture between U.S. smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm Inc and China’s Huaxintong Semiconductor (HXT), the joint venture is set to close by the end of this month.…