(Washington Post Live)
Cyber attacks, from personal information to destruction
“Something like this will happen,” says former deputy secretary of defense William J. Lynn of Washington Post Live’s simulation cyber attack. Lynn recounts that the cyber threat used to be theft of information or theft of money. “We’ve now moved up to disruption,” he says. “The third level is actual destruction. I think it’s reasonable to believe that we’re moving in that direction.”
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