This Could Be Next Shoe To Fall: Cyber Polygon 2021

As mentioned in my previous post Inflation At Ten Year High: Get Ready For The Worst there could be another shoe to fall in the next year or maybe less. Given the COVID19 nightmare hoax that we have been living for over a year now, I am not going to be surprised if a new major event happens.

What I am talking about is something called Cyber Polygon which is an event set to take place on July 9, 2021. What is Cyber Polygon? Here is how they describe themselves on their website:

The international capacity building initiative aimed at raising the global cyber resilience and the expansion of intersectoral cooperation against cyberthreats.

Not a biggie right. They put on the same event last November 2020 and nothing happened. I mean it was just a simulation, not the real thing.

While that seems all well and good, we need to take a look at the big picture and see who the major sponsor of this annual event is. You really shouldn’t be surprised because it’s none other than Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum. You know, the Great Reset guy.

(BTW, if you don’t know anything about the mystery man who is Klaus Schwab, then you can read a post I wrote about him entitled Let’s Talk About Klaus Schwab.)
Now let’s see what Mr Schwab had to say about the outcome of last years Cyber Polygon event.

‘Technology and cybersecurity are of crucial importance in this COVID era. One of the most striking and exciting transformations caused by the pandemic has been our transition to the digital ‘everything’, both in our professional and also in our personal lives. I am glad that Cyber Polygon has proved itself as one of those brilliant initiatives that address the need for developing and enhancing global cyber resilience in the fight against cybercrime and cyberattacks’.

So where am I going with all of this. Well there have been many cyber attacks that have occurred in the last month alone including:

  • May 2021 The world’s largest meat processing company, Brazilian-based JBS, was the victim of a ransomware attack.
  • On May 14, Ireland’s national health service, the Health Service Executive (HSE), was the victim of a ransomware attack.
  • On May 6, the Colonial Pipeline, the largest fuel pipeline in the United States, was the target of a ransomware attack
  • On May 4th and 5th, the Norwegian energy technology company Volue was the victim of a ransomware attack

And the list goes on, see link here Significant Cyber Incidents.

I don’t know about you but these latest cyber attacks seem to be happening pretty close to this upcoming Cyber Polygon event in July. Am I being being delusional? Maybe but wasn’t Event 201, the pandemic simulation, not carried out in October 2019 just months before the COVID19 pandemic hoax all broke out. Was that just a mere coincidence? Am I grasping at straws?

Now I’m not saying that on July 9th the lights will go out unless they accidentally take out something they thought was a simulation. Woops, sorry, we just took out Hydro Quebec and the whole American Eastern seaboard went down.

All jokes aside, the power grid is definitely on the radar for a real life cyber attack. Also on the radar are the food supply-chain, hospitals, the banking system and the oil and gas sectors. Three of which just so happened to be attacked in the last month.

It is not out of the realms of possibility at this point then that something major could likely happen within the next year. I mean it should be no coincidence that the media is starting to float the cyber attack boat. Just start searching recent news headlines on the topic.

The Cyber Polygon simulation event just might be the wake up call we need to get prepared. As the saying goes, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. So if we have a SHTF scenario in the coming months, in addition to what could go wrong this upcoming flu season with these  experimental vaccines, I’d say that were in for one hell of a ride.

Cyber Polygon 2020 Highlights

Yahoo Finance: Cyberattacks: Is the worst yet to come?

We ran a massive viral pandemic simulation. Here’s what we learned about managing Coronavirus.

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