Cyber Warfare

GUESTS: James Adams Co-founder and Chair, iDefense Studio James Bodnar Senior Vice President, The Cohen Group Studio (intl consultants) John Arquilla Professor of Information Warfare at the US Navy Post Graduate School (Monterey, CA) SF Bureau Bob Bennett (R-UT) Republican Senator from Utah In the Mideast and in Yugoslavia, hackers have waged war over the internet. And security experts say these attacks aren't aimed just at the military. In a computer dependent society a cyber attack could also devastate a nation's population. Civilian targets are just as vulnerable as military establishments. Cyberwarfare: What is it? And how can it be stopped?

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