U.S. and Uruguay join efforts against cybercrime

Among the main threats for 2022 are cyber terrorism, cyber blackmail, cyber kidnapping, data leaks, and theft of electronic wallets and cryptocurrencies, assures the 2022 Security Predictions report, from DigiCert cybersecurity company.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Cyberattacks not only impact critical healthcare, transportation or water infrastructures, they can also affect supply chains for common products. They all have a common denominator: anyone can be a victim. The key is to improve our cybersecurity every day," the Organization of American States (OAS) says on Twitter.

On December 1 and 2, 2021, experts from the Uruguayan Chambers of Information Technology and Digital Economy; and the embassies of Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union in Uruguay, shared intelligence and expertise in cybersecurity with Uruguayan governmental and private entities, through the . . .

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