Cyber Polygon 2021 concludes with discussions paving a path towards a greater centralization of power and surveillance that furthers the great reset agenda of the global economy and all societal structures.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) and partners’ annual Cyber Polygon cybersecurity training exercise concluded on July 9 with several key trends emerging that are likely to shape global policymaking for years to come.
These trends include:
- A desire to immunize the internet with digital antibodies to ‘protect’ society from cyberattacks and misinformation by exploiting ransomware attacks and a public health crisis to justify the centralization of power and control
- A demonization of cryptocurrencies in favor of central bank digital currencies where all transactions are recorded on a centralized ledger and have the ability to grant permissions on purchases, which further consolidates power
- A closer merger of corporation and state as the solution to any given crisis, be it cybersecurity, climate change, or COVID-19, without ever being put to a vote by the will of the people
Discussions coming out of Cyber Polygon 2021 concluded with the desire to immunize the internet, demonize cryptocurrencies, and prop-up centralized systems of governance through a closer merger of corporations and states (public-private partnerships).
The public-private solutions presented suggest that the WEF and partners are leading society down a path towards a greater centralization of power and surveillance that furthers the great reset agenda.
Here we take a deeper dive into the above trends emerging from Cyber Polygon 2021 while also showing how some of these agendas are already playing out on the world stage.
Immunizing the internet
Prior to the major ransomware attacks on critical infrastructures this year, the WEF released a short video on January 18, 2021 warning about a “cyber attack with COVID-like characteristics” that would “spread faster and further than any biological virus.”
The above video, which is now “unlisted” on YouTube, claims that COVID-19 was known as “an anticipated risk,” and so is its digital equivalent — a cyber pandemic.
Combating ransomware and other cyber threats is one way in which the WEF and partners are looking to immunize the internet from the fallout of a cyber pandemic.