Miles Morales is juggling his life between being a high school student and being a spider-man. When Wilson "Kingpin" Fisk uses a super collider, others from across the Spider-Verse are transported to this dimension.
When I was a young boy growing up in the West Indies, Superman, Batman, Shazam and Spiderman were among my favourite superhero comic book characters. I would lay in bed at night, half-asleep, dreaming of saving the world. I would play in the trees in the woods behind the house, swinging between the branches pretending to be Spiderman. I didn't realise the impact of the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had on me until I watched again last night. Watching a dark-skinned Mile Morales swing his way through New York City gave me goosebumps. Please Marvel, more like this! I can't wait for the sequel.
Join exhibition curators Katherine Bussard, the Art Museum’s Peter C. Bunnell Curator of Photography, Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh Senior Curator of Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Alissa Schapiro, PhD candidate at Northwestern University, for a lecture introducing key themes and works of art in this groundbreaking exhibition. A reception in the Museum will follow.
The attack took a gas compression facility offline for two days, disrupting the supply chain.
First failure, lack of network segmentation between the IT and OT networks.
The attackers were able penetrate the IT portion of the facility’s network, and then move beyond that to eventually infiltrate the control and communication assets on the operational technology (OT) side of the house.
The facility admitted that its disaster recovery plans only included physical emergency scenarios, not cyber-related attacks.