October 15, 2012

A Terrifying Threat Obama, Romney Aren't Talking About

Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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Our digital infrastructure is vulnerable. Yet the Department of Defense can’t do everything on its own. Companies that don’t protect themselves are putting both their bottom lines and national security at risk. Yes, cybersecurity standards are an imperfect response to a strange and dangerous new realm of warfare. At the moment, though, they’re the only thing standing between us and the abyss.

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TAGGED: Department of Defense, Leon Panetta, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, United States, Cyberwarfare, Cybersecurity, Cyber Attacks, 2012

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