U.S. Losing Cyber War, Official Says
U.S. defense official admits that United States is losing massive amounts of data to cyber attacks.
In a Reuters report published at our sister site, Datamation this week, a U.S. defense official said the U.S. is not winning when it comes to cyberwars.
U.S. computer systems have been targeted by criminal organizations as well as more than 100 foreign spy agencies, said James Miller, principal deputy under secretary of defense for policy.
"Our systems are probed thousands of times a day and scanned millions of times a day," Miller told a forum sponsored by Ogilvy Washington, a public relations company.
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