06-001 What is the geography behind these threats to individuals and businesses?

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1. Threats to individuals and businesses

1.1. Hacking

1.1.1. 2014 - "Guardian of Peace" vs Sony Pictures

1.1.1.1. Did North Korea Hack Sony Pictures? | msnbc

1.1.1.2. Entertainment Weekly - White House treating Sony hack as 'serious national security matter' [18 December 2014]

1.1.1.3. recode - Sony Hack Was Not an Inside Job, Says Security Expert Kevin Mandia [21 April 2015]

1.1.2. 2007 - Cyberattack on Estonia

1.1.2.1. The Attribution Problem in Cyber Attacks: CYBERWAR (Extra Scene)

1.1.2.2. How Estonia built a digital first government

1.1.2.3. CNBC - When this country faced a suspected Russian cyberattack – it took some big steps to stop another [21 September 2018]

1.2. Identity theft

1.2.1. How much does it cost?

1.2.1.1. BBC News - Identity theft at epidemic levels, warns Cifas [23 August 2017]

1.2.1.2. CNBC - This map shows where in the US cyber crime costs people the most [6 December 2018]

1.3. The implications of surveillance for personal freedoms

1.3.1. How does it impact a person's geography?

1.3.1.1. Brad Templeton: Today's Surveillance Society is Beyond Orwellian

1.3.1.2. Life Inside China's Total Surveillance State

2. Risks to global supply chain flow

2.1. Political risks

2.1.1. Anti-China Riots Over Sea Disputes Grip Vietnam

2.1.2. The Wall Street Journal - Foreign Firms Regroup After Vietnam Riots [16 May 2014]

2.2. Economic risks

2.2.1. Reuters - Trump tariffs force companies to rework supply chains [25 June 2018]

2.2.2. Forbes - Trade Wars Will Disrupt Supply Chains, Slow Global Growth [19 July 2018]

2.3. Physical risks

2.3.1. BBC News - Japan supply chain break down to hurt global production [25 March 2011]