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FBI Says Computer Spying and Theft Of Info Rising

While the traditional ground wars rage on in Iraq, Afghanistan and other parts of the world, the cyber war is quietly raging around the world. Are we prepared to fight this one?

By Randall Mikkelsen
REUTERS
WASHINGTON – Computer spying and theft of personal information have risen notably in the past year, costing tens of millions of dollars and threatening U.S. security, the FBI’s cyber division head said Wednesday.
FBI Assistant Director Shawn Henry told reporters that organized-crime groups are drawn by the ease of reaching millions of potential victims.
He said as many as two dozen countries have taken an “aggressive interest” in penetrating the networks of U.S. companies and government agencies.
He declined to specify countries, but U.S. intelligence agencies have voiced concern over Russia and China’s abilities to electronically spy on the United States and disrupt U.S. computer networks.
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