Fast on the heels of security breakdowns at the nation's nuclear weapons laboratories, the National Research Council finds the Pentagon's computer security ``far inferior'' to that of the commercial sector. Warning that the global cyber threat places the military ``in an increasingly compromised position,'' an NRC report recommends urgent creation of a high-level agency to provide direct defensive operational support to all commanders. Mandated by Congress, the report calls on ...
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