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6/22/2017 | 4:31:41 AM
A new form of war
Cyber attacks are a new form of war. It will be interesting to see how companies and countries will manage to counter them and how they will respond to these digital attacks.
TammyMinger
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10/17/2017 | 9:23:12 PM
Re: A new form of war
Technology is a double-edged sword.  Advancements provide solutions to great problems, however, new problems are also formed with the advancement of technology.  My concern is will there ever be a time when the new problems outweigh the solutions created?   I fear one-day cyber attacks will become so common that they will begin attacking individuals.

 

~Tammy

 


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