Sheera Frenkel

New York Times reporter covering cybersecurity

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Sheera Frenkel is a cybersecurity correspondent for the New York Times. She has formerly covered the Middle East for BuzzFeed, McClatchy newspapers, NPR and The Times of London.

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Anti-vaccine groups are spreading information online about where to buy forged cards and instructions on how to print your own, says reporter Sheera Frenkel.

Scammers are selling fake vaccine cards. How authorities are responding

Anti-vaccine groups are spreading information online about where to buy forged cards and instructions on how to print your own, says reporter Sheera Frenkel.

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The cyberattack that began yesterday in Ukraine has now reached 64 countries, including the United States.

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The cyberattack that began yesterday in Ukraine has now reached 64 countries, including the United States.

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