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Think hacking’s bad now? You ain’t seen nothing yet

President Barack Obama at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) in Arlington, Virginia, USA ©Pool/ABACA USA/PA Images
Since the early 1990s, governments have been aware of cyberthreats and their potentially devastating consequences. But initially, they identified the threats in different ways.
The American government was concerned with a possible attack against the country’s infrastructure—powerplants, nuclear stations, transport systems and so on.
The Russian government took a different view. The Russian secret service was the direct successor of the KGB, poisoned by spymania, and despite all of Boris Yeltsin’s reforms, stayed paranoid about the Americans. They were obsessed with a possible penetration …read more

Source: Prospect

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