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The Risk of Cyber Crimes to the Critical National Infrastructure: A Threat Assessment

Abacus Group - Nov 25, 2014

Cyber-crimes and cyber-espionage are increasing risks to the United States’ economic infrastructure. In recent years, cyberspace has become a rapidly heightened attack landscape in warfare, and not being adequately prepared to face a cyber-warfare scenario is a looming threat to the nation’s prosperity.

Brian Lozada, Abacus Group’s Director of Information Security, explains the importance of understanding the risks of cyber-crimes and cyber-espionage, how the United States government, specifically the Federal Bureau of Investigation, needs to develop a more effective strategic and tactical plan to face this threat, and how the American people need increased awareness regarding this threat through a combined partnership between the public and private sectors of the Intelligence Community. 

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