From its space satellites to underground missiles, the U.S. military is coming under attack as never before from cybertheft and sabotage by both self-motivated and state-sponsored hackers. In this 21st-century digital battlefield, where borderless threats move at the speed of photons and electrons, almost every system that relies on computer technology is vulnerable to data theft or attack—not just information technology products, but machines of war, including aircraft, engines, ...

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