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+ - Most Americans Think Cyber Warfare Is Imminent->

Submitted by Orome1
Orome1 (1901578) writes "A national survey of Americans shows a majority fear that cyber warfare is imminent and that the country will attack or be attacked in the next decade. Americans also want to see more done in both the public and private sector, with the government leading the way in setting standards and ensuring that important networks are protected. Given this strong level of support across age groups and demographics, we may see cyber security move up the list of critical policy and legislative proposals. 62 percent, say government should be responsible for protecting U.S. businesses and corporations from cyberattacks."
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