The Pentagon’s top cyberwarrior says that the risks the U.S. faces are growing faster than the country’s progress in creating the offensive and defensive tools and rules of engagement to defend cyberspace. “Our work and actions are affected by threats well outside the Defense Department’s networks,” U.S. Army Gen. Keith Alexander, chief of U.S. Cyber Command, told the House Armed Services Committee on March 20. “What concerns us is the shift from disruptive to destructive attacks. ...
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