CISPA Isn't a Real Threat But Cyberattacks Are

We have yet to establish security standards to prevent large-scale cyberattacks on the nation’s critical infrastructure.

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Solving the critical threat of mass attacks by nation states and foreign criminal efforts requires nothing less than a souped up Manhattan Project, if we are to succeed at strengthening our growing vulnerabilities.

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