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Terrorist Nearing Ability to Launch Major Cyberattacks in U.S.

More often than not, when we think of terrorist attacks we think of bombings and biological threats. But cyber attacks are no laughing matter. They could shut down commerce and create major chaos.

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By Jill R. Aitoro
nextgov

The biggest threat to U.S. computer networks is terrorist organizations that will purchase software code from cybercriminals to penetrate sensitive systems, a possibility that could be just a few years away, information security and former intelligence officials said on Friday.

Although enemy states often are blamed for cyberattacks against the United States, it is not common because political and financial repercussions dissuade most countries from launching a widespread effort, James Woolsey, a former CIA director, said during a panel discussion at the International Spy Museum. The talk was part of the launch of a new gallery on cyber threats.

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