CHEWing on Cyber Threats in 2012

Posted by estherschindler on Jan 6, 2012 10:48 PM EDT
Input Creates Output; By Alyson Behr
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Richard Clarke, author of the newly released book Cyber War and former White House adviser to the Bush and Clinton administrations, says the new cyber threats land the responsibility for successful IT security at the CIO’s feet. He’s come up with an acronym, CHEW, to describe the four preeminent types of attacks: Crime, Hacktivism, Espionage, and potentially, War.

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