The U.S. is moving rapidly in the development of next-generation weapons for cyber-combat, electronic attack, network invasion, information operations and other non-kinetic warfare. But so are others. Potential enemies and non-state foes are employing digital weapons, while allied defenses against them lag. Organized crime, cyber-thieves, industrial spies and specially trained military operators are creating network breaches faster than they can be repaired. Cyber-experts say the ...

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