Defend against cyberwarfare

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Defend against cyberwarfare

Most of the national and international TV news is taken up with the “war on terror” or the “war in Iraq.” In our area (metro Detroit), these stories have their own logos and intense theme music. Depending upon the political bent of the news source, these “wars” either are the right or wrong thing to do. We are either winning or we are not.

For information security professionals, there is a bigger, more long-term and much more important story: the engaging by China in information warfare against the United States. That story, one of quiet economic and cyberwarfare, is of such importance that every information assurance practitioner ...

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