The U.S. cyberspace intelligence network is battling a growing threat to its cyberspace assets, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Director Vice Adm. Robert Murrett says. "The trend is real," Murrett said Sept. 26 during a breakfast roundtable briefing with defense reporters in Washington. "It is significant," he added, saying the intelligence community has to tackle the issue "with an increasing sense of urgency." But the concern is not just that of the intelligence, ...
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