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“A NEW breed of soldier is emerging in the British Army. Equipped with the latest computer know-how rather than machine guns and grenades, these techno troops are taking the fight to Britain’s digital enemies – sparring with smartphones and repelling rogue emails.” Source: Soldier &#...

“Most of what we see in day-to-day cybersecurity is not cyberwar, or the perennial threat of the ‘digital Pearl Harbor.’ Crime, espionage, political vandalism, and military “long-range cyber-reconaissance”–rather than kinetic targeting that kills, damages, or disables–are more mund...

“When the Chinese penetrated Google in late 2009 — yes, that operation was Chinese, and yes, it was done with the blessing of a member of the Politburo — they weren’t after customer information. They were after the source code that makes Google unique. Nor was Google the only...