Futurist on How Businesses, Govt. Can Prevent Defeat Cyber Criminals

The U.S. continues to see the prevalence of cybercrime and hackers disrupting critical infrastructure while demanding ransom payments in the form of crypto. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with futurist and crypto expert Ian Khan about the steps businesses and governments can take to thwart future attacks and his upcoming crypto documentary.

FILE - In this April 13, 2021 file photo provided by Leah Sutton, Estelle Hedaya, left, and Linda March are shown. Fifty-four-year-old Estelle Hedaya appears to be the only missing victim yet to be identified following the June 24 Champlain Towers South collapse. (Leah Sutton via AP, File)

Final victim identified in Fla. condo building collapse

After more than a month since the middle-of-the-night catastrophe, officials in Miami identified the final victim of the Surfside condo building collapse. In a press conference Monday evening, Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Daniella Levine Cava, announced the final missing person had been officially accounted for and identified as 54-year-old Estelle Hedaya.

Law enforcement officers investigate a crime scene near the border between the Morgan Park and West Pullman neighborhoods on July 7, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Two ATF agents and one Chicago Police officer were shot as they worked undercover. (Photo by Kamil Krzaczynski/Getty Images)

Psaki: Chicago crime not going to turn on a dime

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the rising crime rate in cities such as Chicago would “not turn on a dime.” In a press briefing on Monday, Psaki was asked about the White House’s efforts to combat crime in the Windy City, citing 12 killings among around 70 people who were shot just over the weekend.