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Recent cyber attacks on the Federal Reserve, The New York Times, and the Washington Post have raised the spectre of a new brand of warfare — cyber war. In a recent study conducted by two research firms for Internet security company Tenable Network Security, some 60% of respondents support increased government spending “to train and equip ‘cyberwarriors’ to defend the U.S. against outside attacks.”
Now because Tenable sells Internet security products, the company does have a dog in the hunt. Even so, the results are impressive given the recent new reports on the hacking of government and private networks. For example:
- 93% of those surveyed believe that U.S. companies are at least somewhat vulnerable to state-sponsored cyber attacks
- 95% believe that the U.S. government is at least somewhat vulnerable to attacks
- 94% believe the President should have the same authority to repel cyber attacks as he has to respond to…
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