Cyber risks add to climate threat, World Economic Forum warns | NPR

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Cybersecurity and space have emerged as major hazards to the global economy, in addition to the current difficulties presented by climate change and the coronavirus pandemic. This is according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report, which was released on Tuesday. According to the survey, cyber assaults are growing more aggressive and pervasive as hackers employ more sophisticated strategies to target increasingly susceptible targets. It was also said that failure to act on climate change, extreme weather, and biodiversity loss as the top three dangers on the earth’s wellbeing over the next decade. 



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