'Foreign adversaries' attacking Army networks
Army networks are being targeted and hit by foreign adversaries, Army officials say. With more than 60 serious hits on Army networks this year, the Army believes the intruders are working for foreign countries or other entities, Government Computer News reports.
'Foreign adversaries' attacking Army networks | ZDNet Government Blog | ZDNet.com Linked by shanmuga Wednesday, 30th August 2006 3:03AM
Our belief is their motivation in Category 1 and Category 2 intrusions is to enable a foreign adversary to deny our president, Joint Chiefs of Staff (and military services) that network-centric warfare option,” said Thomas Reardon, chief of the intelligence division with Army Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Army Signal Command.
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