If any country wants to prevent what is being touted as cyber war, then it would be better off destroying squirrels rather than spreading FUD about electricity grids and attackers, a former black hat hacker told a security conference last week.
If you supply someone who supplies the government, are you the weak link in the security chain? Could your organisation be a stepping stone to an attack on a government or military target?
The OECD has produced a report on the likelihood and possible impacts of a globally catastrophic cyber-security breakdown. It concludes that such an event is unlikely, but makes a number of recommendations on precautionary measures that governments should take.
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