The Art of (Cyber) War

The following article excerpted from Newsweek’s Special Edition, 2016: The Year Ahead, A NEW AGE OF ESPIONAGE The newest battleground isn’t on land or by sea—it’s over bandwidth. And everyone is susceptible to attacks. In July, the federal government database was hacked, and 21 million government employees’ information was published. Cyber warfare has emerged as a new threat in a short period of time, with countries such as China, North Korea and Russia emerging as threats to our nation’s cyber security. By 2018, the U.S. Department of Defense plans to roll out a new cyber defense program that includes creating a task force aiming to protect America on all sides from cyber terrorism to intellectual property attacks.  by Assistant Editor Alica Kort. There’s no doubt technology has made our lives…


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