Aug 22, 2015

When cutting-edge tech turns against us, we need a strategy - San Francisco Chronicle

Cyber attacks have opened eyes to the prospect that future wars may be waged in the shadows, relying on proxies using technological innovation to attack “soft” targets such as information networks, transportation systems, power plants, stock markets — and public confidence. Governments, businesses, small groups of individuals, terrorists and criminal organizations with goals ranging from profit...

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