By Brian Balsam-Wright and Pauline MolnarMay 13, 2018 3:06PM The United States and Canada are now facing the same kinds of cyber attacks that Russia and China have been facing.
The two countries have both been hit with a flood of malware, but the US and Canada have been dealing with more than just attacks and cyber espionage.
The US and Canadian governments are looking at how they can fight back and what steps can be taken to protect their citizens from cyber threats.
This week, they issued an advisory on the need to take the following actions:The Canadian government has also released a new set of cybersecurity guidelines.
In particular, they call for companies to make sure that their networks are secure.
The government also says that companies should use the internet as a critical service and should also provide information about cyber attacks to the public and government.
According to the guidelines, businesses should keep their customers and employees informed of any potential threats and respond to them promptly.
The governments advice comes as the US has been hit by a string of cyberattacks that were aimed at disrupting its critical infrastructure.
Last month, the US government said it had successfully cracked a malware strain that was being used to hack into its power grid and banking systems.
It also revealed the existence of an ongoing threat to its banking system.
Last week, US President Donald Trump said the threat posed by Russia to US infrastructure was a “game changer”.