Cyberwar: A Threat to Business



It's no secret that large U.S. businesses are in the crosshairs of foreign
government entities and terrorists. According to Maj. Gen. William Lord,
"China has downloaded 10 to 20 terabytes of data from the NIPRNet," the
Department of Defense network used for transmitting sensitive information.
It is only a matter of time before military and terrorist organizations
target commercial organizations. In fact, the Department of Homeland
Security recently warned of potential Internet attacks on the U.S. stock
market and banking Web sites. Large businesses offer an attractive target
and the potential impact is very high.

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Kind regards,

Gideon

Gideon T. Rasmussen
CISSP, CISA, CISM, IAM
Charlotte, NC
http://www.virtualcso.com

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