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Five years after 9-11, most believe feds unprepared for cyberterrorism

It has been five years since hijackers slammed jetliners into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, killing nearly 3,0000 people, but nine out of 10 information security professionals believe federal government agencies are unprepared should the terrorist attacks turn to cyberspace. According to a poll conducted by vulnerability and risk management provider nCircle of 395 IT executives, 85 percent believe federal government is not ready for a cyber version of Sept. 11, 2001. Full Story

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