Playing Defense in Information Warfare

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The September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center illustrate that in a free market economy, attacks against privately owned facilities can be even more damaging than those against government targets such as the Pentagon.

The same is true with respect to electronic warfare, which reveals a critical weakness in the world's defenses against terrorism. While policymakers and the media have focused some attention on protecting government agency computers against attack, this has not been the case with respect to ...

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