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Security adviser warns of cyberthreats

Officials must still figure out how to fully secure the nation’s critical infrastructure against cyber attacks, a top homeland security adviser said Tuesday. General John Gordon, retired lieutenant general from the U.S. Air Force, presidential assistant and adviser to the Homeland Security Council, said attacks over electronic networks might become a threat as great as weapons of mass destruction. “It’s serious. It’s real. It’s upon us,” Gordon told a meeting of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council in Washington, D.C. “What we really see in this open world is the testing of cyber weapons everyday.” Full Story

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