October 5, 2010

Is the U.S. Ready for Cyber War?

Lee Smith, Weekly Standard

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Maybe it will turn out that Stuxnet was little more than the over-hyped tech version of the recent hurricane that left a path of destruction everywhere it touched down over large parts of Asia - or maybe we'll see that it ushered in a new era whose anxieties and terrors surpassed the most maudlin and morose predictions of futurists and Hollywood directors.

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TAGGED: United States, Stuxnet Worm, Iran, Cyberwar, Cyberwarfare

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