Cyber-criminals have attacked the U.S.’s biggest oil pipeline. From the Wall Street journal article:
“Inventories of gasoline have been readied for the summer driving season and usually get replenished every five to six days. … The fuel artery is critical to supplying the northeastern U.S. and other markets, and extended shutdowns of the pipeline have caused fuel prices to jump in previous years. … An outage lasting more than five days could have sharp consequences for fuel supplies.”
Then they quote an expert:
“If you were looking at the top 20 public targets that you could really wreak havoc with by screwing with the software, the Colonial Pipeline is in that group … It’s a big deal.”
Hah! Not for me.