April 6, 2012

U.S. Must Improve Cybersecurity

Houston Chronicle, Houston Chronicle

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Over the past decade, the cyber has supplanted the physical in so many important aspects of life, whether communication, commerce or, as is increasingly apparent, espionage. But as the world has changed, Congress has moved at dial-up speeds when it comes to protecting national and private interests on the Internet.

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